Why people are returning home: four unsuccessful emigration stories

Emigration attracts today more than ever: fabulous opportunities for education and career, crazy parties in European clubs, good weather, picturesque cityscapes and no hassle in the form of annoying relatives with their problems and deadly bureaucracy. Most understand that all this is ...

How a Ukrainian with Jewish roots saved the world from the plague and cholera: the story of Vladimir Khavkin

The words "plague" and "cholera" are still used as a curse, shuddering most people. Fortunately, there was a superhero who was able to overcome this scourge of humanity. A modest resident of Odessa, Vladimir Khavkin, invented two unique vaccines that saved millions of people, says KP Ukraine. IN…

Ten things that annoy in the USA: the opinion of a Russian-speaking immigrant

“I’ll tell you about a dozen reasons that really piss me off in the United States and the American way of life,” writes the author of the America Inside blog on Yandex.Zen. Further - from the first person. Reason # 1. People in the United States are just incredibly bony, not flexible, instructed. They live ...

Here it is possible, in America it is impossible: what rules do immigrants most often violate in the USA

Coming to the USA, very often we continue to do what we are used to. But the laws in different states do not always allow doing ordinary things at first glance. What you can't do in California and what you can be fined for, the author of the blog said ...

Paid a mortgage for 20 years: her husband deprived Lyubov Uspenskaya of an apartment in the USA for $ 2 million

Russian chanson queen Lyubov Uspenskaya was left without an apartment in the United States, for which she paid a mortgage for 20 years. Her husband is to blame. More details were told by the publication Interlocutor. Her husband Alexander Plaksin filed a civil suit for the division of property in Russia, when ...

Russian hackers hacked Washington police website and threaten to transfer data to criminals

Hackers demand ransom and threaten to transfer the stolen data to criminal groups, writes “Voice of America”. Russian hackers broke into the database of the Washington, DC Police Department and threatened to pass information on to criminal gangs if they did not receive a ransom. According to a police statement, a Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate stated ...

'Covid followed on his heels': how Belarus visited the USA and other closed countries during the pandemic

Belarus Nikita Smirnov is only 23, but he already has 30 countries behind him, he plans to travel the whole world. And even the pandemic hasn't changed this guy's plans. In 2020, he traveled almost all over Belarus, spent two months in America, visited ...

'Freedom for Navalny' and 'Release': rallies were held in the USA in support of the Russian opposition leader

On April 20-21, large-scale protests took place in the United States in support of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The protesters demanded that a doctor be allowed to see him and that he be released from custody. ForumDaily decided to tell you how these rallies went. According to the Protest Russia Facebook group, the wave ...

Russian hackers stole blueprints of new MacBook and demand $ 50 million from Apple

The hackers claim that they were specifically waiting for Apple's presentation to know that the new MacBooks will not be released. The vendor refused to pay the hackers. The MC.today editors tell the details. What Happened Russian hacker group REvil, also known as Sodinokibi, claimed to have hacked into Apple's vendor's system and stole ...

Fresh scandal with borsch: Google called the dish Russian, but quickly corrected

Top-10 of the most famous Russian dishes, which included borscht, appeared on the Google Arts & Culture platform in the project "Raskusi Rossii". Later the material was corrected, Novoye Vremya writes. The project was created jointly with the Federal Agency for Tourism of the Russian Federation. First, the material in the Russian blog ...

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