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Many russian villages look more like post-war wasteland than populated settlement. I once saw such village with population of one man, whose house stood alone amongst half-destructed walls of others. Nobody cares about those remains; they often not even marked on maps.

But recently such village named Kiverpikovo appeared in top hews of Russia.  Until that day, inhabitants (population 2) were common russian vodka-mates as everywhere; of course there were traditional non-lethal fights after drinking, but today one of yokels took a knife and everything went out of tradition. Sobering up, he ran to neighbor village for help but his “friend” was already far beyond it.

That’s one russian village less for now. At least its end sounds almost epic – half of inhabitants is butchered, other half is jailed.

Source: “voice of Russia”