Officials in Siberia's Yamal Peninsula are planning a large-scale cull of 100,000 reindeer, which they say are suffering from overpopulation. Local reindeer herders object to the cull and are looking to Moscow for support.
The recent Ukraine-Russia flare-up adds potency to US claims its gas is a safer, cheaper bet than Gazprom's. But as the Kremlin adjusts to meet new gas demands, the US gas revolution could be far from plain sailing.
Poland is replacing its Russian gas with imports from the US and Norway. The move could help cement US military security promises, but what price is Warsaw willing to pay as Berlin goes ahead with its Russian gas plans?
Companies in the United States are trying to force Russia out of the European gas market. Now, though, it has emerged that Russian liquefied natural gas is being supplied directly to the US. How does this fit together?
A Russian teenage boy's speech in German parliament provoked an outcry in Russia. Russian politicians blame the Moscow branch of Germany's Friedrich-Ebert Foundation.
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