Today in the city St. Petersburg 17.10.2017
Report: Russian trolls watched House of Cards to learn US politics

Yahoo correspondent Michael Isikoff said on CNN's "New Day" Monday that Russians who worked for a St. Petersburg "troll factory" were required to watch Netflix's "House of Cards" to help them write me...


North Korea Rejects Direct Talks With South Korea in Russia: RIA

MOSCOW (Reuters) - North Korean officials have rejected a proposal to hold direct talks with their South Korean counterparts in St Petersburg, the...


"We had a purpose ... to cause unrest within US" - an interview with an ex-employee of Putin's "troll factory" in St. Petersburg

A former employee of the Internet Research Agency, also known as Savushkina Troll Factory, talked about the company's work and its impact on opinions abroad- published by the TV "Rain". "When the U...


Another Alaska Community Puzzled by State's Road Painting

Petersburg drivers are complaining that the state's new system for painting street lanes has smeared paint across roadways and stained vehicles.


Where Are They Now: What Happened to Arsene Wenger's First Arsenal XI?

It's now 21 years since Arsene Wenger's first official game in charge of Arsenal. Although he had initially accepted the job a few weeks before, his contract with Nagoya Grampus Eight necessitated a d...


BEDA Crew - Sunrise Wholetrain in St. Petersburg

The Russian BEDA Crew sent this fresh postcard. Watch them paint a six wagon whole-train sunrise style in Saint Petersburg! Courtesy: Spray Daily


Russian police detain 66 anti-Putin protesters: monitors

Russian police on Saturday violently broke up an opposition rally in Saint Petersburg and detained more than 60 people protesting against President Vladimir Putin on his birthday, a monitoring group s...


Russian protesters rally on Vladimir Putin's birthday

Police detained more than 100 supporters of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny on Saturday as thousands rallied nationwide on President Vladimir Putin's 65th birthday, calling for the leader...


Russia: Scuffles in St. Petersburg as police arrest Navalny supporters

Police made numerous arrests, after 700 people participated in an unauthorised rally to support opposition activist Alexei Navalny in St. Petersburg, Saturday. Navalny was detained on Sep 29, though...


Liam Broady: Briton's run at St Petersburg Open ends at quarter-finals stage

Briton Liam Broady's excellent run at the St Petersburg Open comes to an end with a 6-3 2-6 6-4 quarter-final defeat by Damir Dzumhur.


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