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[28 Dec 2012]

Kentucky Fried Chicken joins other American fast food purveyors in Ukraine's growing market. [More]

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[27 Dec 2012]

For American men dating Russian women with children, some wonder if the current adoption controversy will affect them... [More]

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[20 Dec 2012]

The new Ukrainian edition of "Vogue Magazine" intimates a greater market in that country for luxury goods. [More]

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[19 Dec 2012]

Ukrainian motorcycle enthusiast Anna Grechishkina aims to be the first Ukrainian woman to trek the world alone by motorcycle. [More]

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[19 Dec 2012]

Part of learning a language is picking up those odd bits of slang. [More]

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[19 Dec 2012]

White lions have all but disappeared from the wild. Roughly 500 of the strikingly beautiful animals exist, almost all of them in captivity. The Yalta Zoo in Crimea recently welcomed three new ones, a litter of three born to the zoo's mated pair. [More]

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[18 Dec 2012]

Employees of cafes, restaurants, and bars are breathing easier today as Ukraine's public indoor smoking ban has begun. However, a few outside areas are included in the ban as well... [More]

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[17 Dec 2012]

In the farthest corner of the Russian Federation, a record-setting volcanic eruption is spewing 1200 metric tons of lava every second. The Code Red eruption has become an unlikely tourist attraction. [More]

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[14 Dec 2012]

When a transportation trailer containing two circus elephants caught fire on the Siberian highway, the handler knew of two ways to keep them from freezing to death... [More]

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[12 Dec 2012]

Superstorm Sandy affected thousands of Americans in the Northeast, including members of HRB. Tonight, some of the biggest names in entertainment will help pick up the pieces with the 12-12-12 benefit concert. [More]

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[12 Dec 2012]

Notice your favorite Kiev girl isn’t online? A blizzard may be to blame. According to local reports, the city is paralyzed by meter-high drifts of snow, prompting officials to declare a state of emergency. [More]