13 January 2003 Russians call for change as heating systems collapse in the coldest winter in years–but the call for reform remains muted. ULYANOVSK, Russia–In the harshest winter in decades, more than 25,000 people across Russia spent the New Year and Orthodox Christmas in a deep chill after hot water pipes, built in the communist […]

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