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0 Tryng to Save the Swans That Bathed In Oil

Tryng to Save the Swans That Bathed In Oil

Citizens of Saint-Petersburg are saving two white swans from trouble. The birds flew over the power plant at night
and came down on the surface of the oil settling tank (50x100m) containing water and waste substances.
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0 Tons of Fish Heads On the Road

Tons of Fish Heads On the Road

It's hard to understand what is there on the road. But the author of the video explains - he's moving over fish heads lying around next to the administrative building in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. It seems there is
no end to this fish waste path. As it turned out the incident happened due to the fault of the truck driver who hadn't properly fixed the sides of the body. The man was found and will be punished.
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3 How to Become a City Governor in Russia? Ask This Young Housekeeper!

How to Become a City Governor in Russia? Ask This Young Housekeeper!

The city of Ust-Ilimsk of the Irkutsk region, Russia, has a new governor. Housekeeper Anna
Schyokina, 28, was supported by 44,04% voters. Her closest competitor Sergey Zatsepin got 37,30%.
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0 Crazy Marking on the Road

Crazy Marking on the Road

Turns out that marking on the road does not need this road
to be asphalted! It may cover earth and puddles. Easily!
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1 Your Car Is Axed! (Video)

Your Car Is Axed! (Video)

Just another day on a parking lot of Tomsk, Russia. It was quite stupid as
the act was shot by cameras and the guy will probably be caught soon.
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0 Fading Away: Tuberculosis On the Post-Soviet Territory

Fading Away: Tuberculosis On the Post-Soviet Territory

Yesterday, March, 24th was the World Tuberculosis Day. Each year this disease kills 1,6 million people, mostly from developing countries. Photographs of Mikhail Fridman devoted to this topic are gloomy black and white observation of dying away. These people are already dead, but physically still alive. Unfortunately, the works of Mikhail didn’t
help them anyhow. And for Fridman himself, it was hard to be just a photographer, as he says. He was making these photos for five years as part of the project “Tuberculosis on the territory of the former USSR”. The things he saw he described in one sentence: “It’s a catastrophe-like situation. Everywhere”.
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0 Find a True Wonderland Flying Over the Carpathians

Find a True Wonderland Flying Over the Carpathians

Nazar Doroshkevich from Chernovtsy, Ukraine, is a talented photographer and retouch artist who has a drone and knows how to use it. Now he lives and studies in Kiev but travels a lot over
Ukraine and makes breathtaking landscape shots from all possible angles. These ones were made at a ski resort Bukovel and other beautiful locations of the Ukrainian Carpathians.
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1 Soviet Fashion Born In Leningrad

Soviet Fashion Born In Leningrad

In April 1944, two months after liberation of Leningrad from the Nazi siege, the first Soviet fashion house opened on Nevskiy avenue. Its designers were making dress-patterns and pilot models of clothes and accessories for Soviet factories.
Collections of the fashion house were demonstrated not only in the USSR, but abroad too. We wanna show you some Soviet fashion created from the 1960s to 1980s in Leningrad (current Saint Petersburg). How do you like it?
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3 Happy Childhood Days In a Village

Happy Childhood Days In a Village

Russian village is where grannies live. The warmest and most soulful place on Earth. People grow up, give life to their own children, build success and move to
big cities, but a piece of their hearts always stays in the place where they lived the happiest and careless childhood days, in a village of "babushka".
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3 A Pet For Russian Pilots

A Pet For Russian Pilots

Russian pilots sheltered an orphan bear cub but now it's already big and strong.
But the men seem careless and keep playing with it as if it was a doggie.
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