5 April 1993 For months, people waited in long lines for their interests, they were cold a little, tired a little, but they socialized. Coffee from thermoses was handed around, information about children’s diseases and cheap stores was exchanged, new friendships were made, and perhaps someone even fell in love. The situation has drastically changed […]

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