Remembering two moms lost to COVID; Life in Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union

Remembering two moms lost to COVID; Life in Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union

By NPR

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Friday, 31 December

We remember the lives of Alicia Ugartechea and Usha Subrahmanyam, two mothers who were lost to COVID-19 this year. And, we look back at life in Russia these past three decades since the collapse of the Soviet Union with Masha Gessen, staff writer at The New Yorker.
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