Russia's sledge hockey team will be taking part in the 2014 Winter Paralympics for the first time in history. Its captain, a former war veteran who built the team from scratch, says one can set goals and achieve them "even with an injury".
The residents of Russia’s Volgograd Friday buried 6 more victims of the twin blasts that killed 34 and injured over 100. Doctors are still fighting for the lives of others, including 3-month-old Vika, who was severely injured in one of the attacks
The city of Volgograd is trying to cope with fear and tension following twin blasts that so far have claimed the lives of 34 people. To enhance security for New Year’s celebrations, nationwide counter-terrorism measures have been taken.