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Russian President Vladimir Putin is not against buying a Tesla.

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New model coming to the U.S. in 2019 or 2020.

It doesn't even have a name.

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FEDOR is an anthropomorphous robot from Russia, designed to replace a person in difficult conditions. In 2021 the humanoid robot will be sent to space in an unmanned spaceship to assist astronauts.

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The video is a fascinating look at what, sadly for Dagestan, is an annual event.

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Dirty never looked so good.

Hey, it's better than "Wash Me".

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He took revenge on her beloved Chevy.

In Russia, grocery store names you!

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He was inspecting ice caves and attending the International Arctic Forum.

Sometimes you have to go medieval on your car.

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Experts say this should be a wake-up call to protect America's space infrastructure.

Russia claims its new anti-satellite weapon is only for defensive purposes against incoming enemy weapons.

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Ryan Tuerck on what it took to rip a 700-plus-hp BMW M3 sideways.

You have to see this and then read how it came together.

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It's the second crash in less than a month.

It's the latest embarrassment for the Admiral Kuznetsov.

Russian dashcams are an endless source of hilarious lunacy.

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The carrier Admiral Kuznetsov and her escorts are bound for Syria.

Russia's sole aircraft carrier is sailing from its homeport past the British Isles, and that's drawn the attention of the UK and other NATO countries in the region.

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Every automaker wants in on the crossover segment.

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Dutch authorities claim up to 100 people were involved in MH17's downing.

Russia continues to deny any governmental role in the downing, despite evidence tracking the Buk missile system crossing the border into Ukraine.

A Ukrainian ferry commuter misjudged his timing and, to his surprise, drove his car straight into the Black Sea earlier this month. According to The Mirror, the ferry, Protoporos IV, was putting in to the port of Kerch in Southern Ukraine earlier this month when one driver got an itchy foot. As the vessel approached the dock and lowered her ramp, a black Lada parked on the lower deck began to inch ahead of the rest of the cars parked there, apparently in an effort to beat the disembarking line.

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And no, this story doesn't involve Clint Eastwood.

The Soviet Union's MiG-25 was a big, scary, high-speed fighter. That is, until Western governments got their hands on it, thanks to Soviet Flight Lieutenant Viktor Ivanovich Belenko.