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How to survive a Siberian winter with no home

Reuters Wednesday, 19 February 2020
Like many of Siberia's homeless, Alexei Vergunov survives freezing night-time temperatures of -30 degrees Celsius by sleeping under an industrial heating pipe for warmth.
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