Although a plague of locusts has hit Dagestan, many locals aren’t losing any sleep, confident that Moscow will bail them out by Nabi Abdullaev MAKHACHKALA, Dagestan–A glass bottle stuffed with two-inch-long insects slowly moving their menacing-looking extremities was the only decoration on the large table surrounded by top Dagestani officials. This was not an average […]

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