Thursday May 9
Russia showcases military pomp for Victory Day
The freedom not to condemn Stalin's atrocities under Putin has given new strains to the cult of personality that dictated Soviet life.
Controversial Stalin monument unveiled in Russia's Sakha-Yakutiya republic
Russian war veterans in the republic of Sakha-Yakutiya believe that Joseph Stalin's achievements as military commander of the Soviet Union deserve to immortalized in a bust statue, regardless of the controversy that surrounds the late leader.
Transaero took delivery of the first Tu-204-100C cargo aircraft
Transaero took delivery of its first cargo aircraft on April 18th 2013. Tu-204-100 aircraft was acquired by the carrier in the network of the contract signed by Transaero and Ilyushin Finance & Co leasing company.
On this day: Empire Exhibition opened | William Shakespeare died
On this day in 1924, King George V opened the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley at the time the largest ever such event.
Edmonton Opera raises the bar with strong production of Eugene Onegin
Watch an excerpt from the full dress rehearsal of Edmonton Opera's performance of Eugene Onegin at the Jubilee Auditorium.