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MOSCOW — The Russian underworld calls him "Sportsman" for his physical strength and stamina. Police identify him as "High-Tech" because of his allegedly ingenious ways of stealing luxury cars. Now Igor Lovygin has captivated Russia for daring...
MOSCOW — One of Russia’s most prominent opposition leaders went on trial Wednesday, proclaiming his innocence but predicting that the case will lead to a lifetime ban on his participation in Russian electoral politics. “Any independent...
Tags: Civil Rights, Elections, Human Rights, Politics, Trials
This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.MOSCOW--Thousands of police and volunteers fanned out over the Russian city of Belgorod on Tuesday, hunting for a 32-year-old ex-convict who is suspected in the shooting deaths of six people, two of them teenage girls. The massive manhunt ranged through...
MOSCOW -- Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday began a U.S.-Russian youth hockey game opening the world championship competition by declaring a minute of silence for the casualties of the Boston bombings and the West, Texas, explosion. “In...
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Van Cliburn, the immensely talented American piano virtuoso with the down-home charm and big romantic style, whose gold-medal win at the first International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1958 at the height of the Cold War made him a cultural icon...
After a tense decade of air raid sirens, duck-and-cover drills and fears of Soviet superiority, hope for America came in an unlikely form in the late 1950s: a lanky, 23-year-old Texan with a head full of curls and huge hands that ranged across a piano...
Van Cliburn, a little-known pianist who in 1958 dazzled the music world by winning an international piano competition in Moscow, died Wednesday of bone cancer at his home in Fort Worth, Texas, said his publicist, Mary Lou Falcone. A child prodigy,...
The street artist known as the “Russian Banksy,” Pasha P183, has been found dead in Moscow, according to reports. He was 29. Teatralnoye Delo theatrical production company, which had commissioned the artist to create a mural for its...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Fine Artists, Russia, Arts and Culture
The Orpheum Theatre is pleased to announce the addition of five shows in 2013. The acts, to be held at the Orpheum Theatre at 200 N. Broadway, will feature musical favorites Pat Benatar, Aaron Neville and Taj Mahal, along with psychic medium John Edward...
MOSCOW -- The Russian government has no idea how about 44% of the country’s registered workers are making a living, a top official said Wednesday. Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets said the government is unaware of what’s happening with...
President Reagan stunned fellow citizens and the world 30 years ago this month with a dramatic announcement that the United States would develop and deploy a system capable of intercepting and destroying strategic ballistic missiles. Like President...
Van Cliburn, the lanky Texan pianist who died Wednesday at 78, was an unofficial cultural ambassador for the United States during much of the Cold War. His win at the 1958 International Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow made him a beloved musical figure...
Tags: Entertainment, Music, Russia, Ronald Reagan, Mikhail S Gorbachev
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