Five years ago, China and Russia signed a deal to build a pipeline together. A first part of the project was inaugurated Monday. Gas will eventually flow from eastern Siberia all the way to Shanghai.
China and Russia's leaders opened the giant "Power of Siberia" pipeline project on Monday. The 3,000-kilometer pipeline has been hailed as a sign of the close friendship between two of the world's superpowers.
Witness video of the bus showed it upside down on the frozen Kuenga River after plunging off a bridge. At least 19 people were killed.
Denmark has granted permission for the Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline to be contructed across Danish seabed in the Baltic Sea, leading to Germany. The project's near completion comes despite US criticism.
A man in Siberia has found a mass grave in his garden. The dead are victims of Stalin's purges in the 1930s, but authorities now will have nothing to do with it. Russia still finds it hard to come to terms with its past.
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