Moscow's Homeless Walk All Night to Avoid Freezing to Death

It had already dropped well below zero degrees Fahrenheit by the time Sergei arrived at the white medical van near the train station. A threadbare coat did its best to block the bitter wind. Sergei tugged on a wool cap as cold gusts slammed into gaps of exposed skin. But that wasn't his biggest concern. Night was coming soon and his feet were freezing. He'll need them to keep moving if he wants to survive until morning. Sergei joined dozens of others crowding around the van. They are among...Full Story
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