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CUBA-RUSSIA/WOMEN
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September 05, 2007
Film historian Zoia Barash, 72, stands in her apartment in Havana September 5, 2007. About 1,300 women...
Havana, Cuba
To match feature CUBA-RUSSIA/WOMEN
Film historian Zoia Barash, 72, stands in her apartment in Havana September 5, 2007. About 1,300 women from Russia and former Soviet republics Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan still live in Cuba, scraping a living as best they can. They were young women romantically drawn to Fidel Castro's revolution, but when the Soviet Union fell apart in 1991, hundreds of Russian women who married Cubans and moved to Cuba were cut off from home and stranded in poverty as the Cuban economy plunged into deep crisis. To match feature CUBA-RUSSIA/WOMEN REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
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