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December 31, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Police moved in with bulldozers under the cover of darkness early Sunday and razed a tent and shack city set up as a protest by homeless people near the Kremlin, the first concrete sign of a hard-line crackdown, witnesses said.
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December 31, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Police moved in with bulldozers under the cover of darkness early Sunday and razed a tent and shack city set up as a protest by homeless people near the Kremlin, the first concrete sign of a hard-line crackdown, witnesses said.
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April 23, 1990 | MASHA HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is nearly 1 a.m. at the railroad station, and 14-year-old Galina Simbirskaya is getting ready to spend the night. She puts down her book and stretches out on a tattered brown blanket on the concrete floor. " Spakoni nochi , Mama ," she says. "Good night." Her mother, Valentina, 45, is lying with her face turned to the wall, trying to tune out announcements about arrivals and departures, trying to forget for a few hours the reality of her daily life as one of the bomzhi .
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April 23, 1990 | MASHA HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is nearly 1 a.m. at the railroad station, and 14-year-old Galina Simbirskaya is getting ready to spend the night. She puts down her book and stretches out on a tattered brown blanket on the concrete floor. " Spakoni nochi , Mama ," she says. "Good night." Her mother, Valentina, 45, is lying with her face turned to the wall, trying to tune out announcements about arrivals and departures, trying to forget for a few hours the reality of her daily life as one of the bomzhi .
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