A 11-month-old baby boy was found swaddled in his cot, having survived more than 24 hours in sub zero temperatures beneath the rubble of an apartment brought down by a gas explosion in Magnitogorsk, Russia. He was rushed to hospital.
Health officials said the baby had suffered frostbite, two broken legs and a head injury, describing his condition as 'severe'.
In this insanely ironic video, a Russian man on a bike stops to warning the man filming that the giant tree they are cutting in front of him might crush him and he should move. Ironically, as the man on the bike rides away, the tree falls on him and not the cameraman, allegedly killing him.
Video shows shortly after police raided this BDSM club in Russia. Naked men in women, clad in bondage gear, power drill dildos and other fun toys were found as cops tried their best not to laugh their asses off.
On December 14, a naked man drenched in sour cream ran around the center of Kiev. The unusual action was seen by passers-by of the Ploshcha Lev Tolstoy metro station. According to the man, he fulfilled the conditions of a lost dispute.
This guy was streaming a League of Legends match live on the internet in Russia when he got stripped naked and kicked out of the house by another man who knocked the door and walk inside. Did we mention this happened in Russia?
The video shows a missile soar hundreds of feet into the air and lighting up the night sky after it dramatically explodes into a dozen fireballs. Billowing smoke trails follow flaming pieces of the failed rocket which plummet to Earth causing further massive explosions as they slam into snow-covered the ground close to military testing facilities. The incident happened at the Kasputin Yar rocket launch and development site in the Astrakhan region of southern Russia, less than 70 miles east of Volgograd where England played Tunisia during this summer’s World Cup. The missile is believed to be an S-350 Vityaz, a medium range surface-to-air rocket that has been in service with the Russian army since 2009.
Drone captured abandoned 'Plague fortress' from Tsar Alexander I era.
This water-bound, bean-shaped fort, built on an artificial island near St. Petersburg, Russia, was once the site of a research laboratory focused on the study of the plague. Two staff members were accidentally infected with the plague and died. The place is now often called "the Plague Fort" in dubious honor of this history.
Meanwhile in Russia... Some crazy dude thought it would be a good idea to try and jump a burning car from a huge jump into the frozen lake. The jump was at a height of 32-feet, the speed of the car was 45 mph, and the car flew about 131-feet through the air.
Video taken in Russia shows a man fleeing from a burning car. Apparently, people had noticed the man passed out in his car right as the fire started and tried to wake him but when the flames got too big they fled. He managed to escape at just the right moment.
The television channel published footage recorded by surveillance cameras that captured the moment Vladislav Roslyakov attacked students and staff at Kerch Polytechnic College.
The recording shows Roslyakov entering the educational institution, carrying a bag loaded with weapons and ammunition. The also shows the moment of the explosion and shooting.According to the latest data, 20 people, including 15 students and five college staff members, were killed and more than 50 were injured.