Russian-speaking love

Russian-speaking

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  • The move drew sharp rebukes from Moscow and triggered mass protests among Estonia's Russian-speaking minority, which makes up nearly one-third of the population.

    Estonia's government wins election and gains seats

  • Not all extreme nationalists in Israel are religious, and the colonies on the West Bank have a lot of these Russian-speaking ex-Soviet secularists in YB.

    Matthew Yglesias » Martin Pertez on Avigdor Lieberman

  • In November, during its first residency in Brighton Beach, the orchestra performed Soviet-era cartoon music, complete with Russian-speaking actors and live sound effects, to accompany film clips on screen at a historic cinema on Brighton Beach Avenue.

    Have Brooklyn Orchestra, Will Travel

  • Mr. Yanukovych, brought up in Ukraine's Russian-speaking east, was long seen as favoring Moscow.

    Ukraine's President Resists Russia on Trade

  • Classic Stage has commissioned a new translation by John Christopher Jones, a Russian-speaking American actor who appeared in the company's "Seagull" and who has hand-tailored his rendering of "The Cherry Orchard" to fit the members of this cast.

    The End Of the Line

  • A Russian-speaking collector bidding by telephone paid £ 3.1 million for Gerhard Richter's 1990 blue abstract, "Abstrakes Bild," doubling its high estimate.

    Christie's Auction Gets Warhol Boost

  • I'm not sure about Chinese, but there will be at least two Russian-speaking authors in the following parts of this Mind Meld.

    MIND MELD: Guide to International SF/F (Part I )

  • For two decades, it has been in retreat, vacating Eastern Europe, casting off its third world allies, and withdrawing into its borders, even as its new neighbors discriminate against their Russian-speaking minorities and its old rival, the United States, strikes out with missiles and infantry brigades all over the globe.

    The Return

  • For two decades, it has been in retreat, vacating Eastern Europe, casting off its third world allies, and withdrawing into its borders, even as its new neighbors discriminate against their Russian-speaking minorities and its old rival, the United States, strikes out with missiles and infantry brigades all over the globe.

    The Return

  • Shot as two Russian-speaking men walk across a snowy countryside, fuzzy footage of what is claimed to be the shriveled-up corpse of a "dead alien" has become an Internet sensation.

    'Dead Alien' Hoax In Russia Goes Viral (VIDEO)

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