Alexander is a Russian-English interpreter. On his vacation in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, he was especially impressed by the Zugspitze and the wild gorge of Partnachklamm.
As the UK and Russia trade Cold War-era barbs over the poison attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal, how are locals at the scene of the crime coping with the public exposure? Samira Shackle reports from Salisbury.
Russia's summer vacationers are setting their sights on a tiny Bulgarian town along the Black Sea. Many local residents welcome the visitors and the rubles they bring. Others are more skeptical.
The most recent US travel warnings for tourists going to Mexico have triggered confusion and criticism. But they are the result of political pressure and not a realistic assessment, as Sandra Weiss reports from Puebla.
Egypt and Russia have signed a contract to build Egypt's first nuclear power plant during a visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader also voiced a willingness to resume direct flights to Egypt.
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