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Russians and Americans Use Internet to Save Sochi’s Stray Dogsi
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February 14, 2014
Visitors arriving in Sochi for the Winter Olympics have noticed something odd. Dozens of stray dogs wandering through the city. James Brooke reports from Sochi on what’s up.

Russians and Americans Use Internet to Save Sochi’s Stray Dogs

Published February 14, 2014

Visitors arriving in Sochi for the Winter Olympics have noticed something odd. Dozens of stray dogs wandering through the city. James Brooke reports from Sochi on what’s up.


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