15 February 1999 Moscow–Long divided by ethnic conflict, Armenians and Azeris in Moscow now have something they can share: a radio station. Krasny Most, or Red Bridge, aims to serve the hundreds of thousands of people from Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia living in Moscow. The station takes its name from the medieval Red Bridge over […]

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