Snow came down Tuesday, an unwelcome and unexpected April shower,
the tail end of a harsh winter that has seemingly decided to never end —
temperatures are predicted to go down to minus 7 degrees Celsius
on Thursday night.
As every year, the least fortunate city inhabitants this winter have
been the homeless, who have had to cope on the streets with a freeze
that hit minus 28 degrees Celsius. Fifty homeless people in Moscow alone
died of the cold, said Ilya Kuskov, manager of the Orthodox Church's
homeless charity work.
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