An increasingly criminal real estate climate in Moscow leads to calls for the possibility of deprivatizing some apartments by Aleksandr Kravchuk and Maria Antonenko MOSCOW–On a summer day a couple of years ago, two “absolutely criminal looking” men dressed in black sports clothes, one playing lazily with a butterfly knife, walked into the Oktyabr Housing […]

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