Opinion Articles & Editorials Written By Maria Tsvetkova

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12/30/14For many Russians, a growing list of problems – but not with Putinreuters.com
On her third day in a new position at Russian Railways, Elena Kachalina heard a man die. She didn’t see the train hit him as he tried to cross the tracks at Saltykovskaya, a station in the heavily populated Moscow suburb of Balashikha, but she heard the impact. “He was young and was thrown right here, and he lay there for a very long time,” she said, pointing at a path across the railway tracks. That was seven years ago, and since then Kachalina, whose job is to supervise a crossing point at the station, says she has...