Galina, 98, a former tourguide in Yalta, says Crimea will be “like heaven” under Russian rule. But she and other retirees won’t be getting the trebling of their pensions promised them before the referendum until the end of 2014.
Galina, 98, a former tourguide in Yalta, says Crimea will be “like heaven” under Russian rule. But she and other retirees won’t be getting the trebling of their pensions promised them before the referendum until the end of 2014.
Galina, 98, a former tourguide in Yalta, says Crimea will be “like heaven” under Russian rule. But she and other retirees won’t be getting the trebling of their pensions promised them before the referendum until the end of 2014.

For Crimea’s residents, a difficult choice: Become Russian or leave

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