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Beach privatization angers Sochi residents

Beach privatization angers Sochi residents

ITAR-TASS: SOCHI, RUSSIA. APRIL 11, 2012. People protest against privatization of beaches in the Imereti Lowlands (Imeretinskaya Nizmennost) in Adlersky (Adler) City District in the Black Sea resort of Sochi. (Photo ITAR-TASS/ Artur Lebedev)
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