If Margaret Thatcher’s family had a problem with “The Iron Lady,” you can only imagine how they’ll feel about a pirated Russian translation of the film, which compares Thatcher to Adolf Hitler.
According to The Guardian, a pirated version of “The Iron Lady” in Russia features some very inflammatory — and intentionally misleading — translations, including one part where Thatcher is presented as “a bloodthirsty, Hitler-admiring leader, whose fondest desire is… Continue reading 'Iron Lady' Russian Translation: Meryl Streep Movie Gets Pirated In Russia With New Dialogue
Thousands of Russians on Saturday queued to pay a final farewell to the grande dame of Soviet cinema whose death this week robbed millions of one of their best-loved links to the past.Lyudmila Gurchen Continue reading Russia in dramatic farewell to Soviet film queen
The number of people infected with the pandemic A/H1N1 swine flu virus is on the rise in Russia and Europe, a senior Russian official said. Russia’s chief sanitary doctor, Gennady Onishchenko, said A-type flu viruses account for about 71 percent of all seasonal flu cases in Europe, and 93 percent of them are swine flu. [...] Continue reading Swine flu rising in Russia, Europe
Sexy secret agent Anna Chapman has stripped off for a cover spread in the Russian edition of Maxim Magazine, striking a number of James Bond-style poses in her latest stunt since she was deported from the United States in July. Chapman was one of 10 spies who spent years on the East Coast working undercover [...] Continue reading Anna Chapman Maxim Magazine Russia Photos
Email Close [X] Russia remembered two unlikely national heroes Thursday – a pair of skinny street mutts who moved the Soviet Union into the lead of … Continue reading Russia marks 50th anniversary of space dogs flight