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1 Two trains collided in Russia tonight

Two trains collided in Russia tonight

Two trains have collided tonight near Moscow. Twenty-eight people were wounded. Luckily everyone is alive. It all happened around one o'clock in the morning.
Still not clear what caused this - neglect or terror activity or some other causes. Let's see some photos and videos from the accident scene:
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0 Russian robot Fyedor going to fly a spaceship

Russian robot Fyedor going to fly a spaceship

Russian scientists announced that the new Russian spaceship called "Federation" would be piloted by.. a robot. They call him Fyedor. Russian top space engineer Evgeny Mikrin said that Fyedor is going to put first Federation spaceship on the Earth orbit.  The first planned
robot manned mission is in year 2021. Robot Fyedor is already got a working prototype and it can do different tasks including walking, running, climbing and driving cars and also drilling holes. Let's see some more photos and a video of Fyedor in business:
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6 Two Ukrainian ladies tried to smuggle huge antiaircraft gun into Poland

Two Ukrainian ladies tried to smuggle huge antiaircraft gun into Poland

Yesteday it was announced that European Parliament approved visa-free travel for Ukrainian citizen. Same day a report of two Ukrainian ladies trying to smuggle anti-aircraft
gun from Ukraine to Poland appeared in social networks. Two unconnected facts but were looking nice in the news feed. Let's see what they tried to smuggle and how:
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4 Soviet SU-152 damage to Nazi tanks

Soviet SU-152 damage to Nazi tanks

SU-152 was a legendary Soviet howitzer canon. It was called a "Heavy Tank Destroyer" because of severe damage
it caused to German "Panther" and "Tiger" tanks. Let's see why Nazi tank drivers were so afraid of it:
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2 Training flights on Brand New Yak-130 Training Jets in Russian Air Force Academy

Training flights on Brand New Yak-130 Training Jets in Russian Air Force Academy

Since the weather is becoming more summerish in Russia, especially in Southern Russia, it's time to post some fresh plane spotting photos.
Russian blogger Kuban-Spotting got lucky and visited Russian Air Force school near Armavir city. Here are his photos and a story:
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0 A Tram Converted to a Floating House

A Tram Converted to a Floating House

This man got his hands on an old tram and converted it into a floating house. It was
spotted on the Desna river. It was later abandoned and remains uninhabited.
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2 Bear Found its Home on Russian Airfield

Bear Found its Home on Russian Airfield

Over one year this bear lives on a Russian airfield. Russian blogger Andrey visited this place and made some photos and told this story. The bear mom was killed by poachers. Little newborn bear appeared on the
airfield. It was laying on the airfield and was trembling from the sound of flying planes. Pilots couldn't pass by this creature and picked him up. So the bear started to live on the airfield:
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2 Old and New Buildings: Contrasts in Russia

Old and New Buildings: Contrasts in Russia

Over a period of twenty something years, a lot of new buildings were built in Russia, often contrasting
with existing Soviet and pre-Soviet architecture. Let's see some of those contrasts in those photos.
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5 Little Known Facts about Life of a First Man in Space Yuri Gagarin

Little Known Facts about Life of a First Man in Space Yuri Gagarin

Forty nine years ago on this day Yuri Gagarin died as a result of a plane crash. For each Soviet person he was a cult figure. And you couldn't know much facts about a cult person. Only dry official facts on his life was known to Soviet people. However life of this person had a lot more bright
moments to learn about. This we going to explore here today. So, to begin with Yuri Gagarin was born in a peasant family. His father was a carpenter, his mother was working on a dairy farm. There were three boys and a girl in a family. Yuri was the third youngest kid.
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8 Spy photos of Moscow in 1950s

Spy photos of Moscow in 1950s

Martin Manhoff was serving in USA embassy in Moscow in the beginning of 1950s. He was later deported from USSR under spy accusations. He was
a photographer and was constantly photographing Moscow. We already had first part of his photographs and here is another one:
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