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2912KAMA RIVER SO POLLUTED PEOPLE DON'T NEED SOAP TO WASH CLOTHES (fwd)

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  • Helen Faller
    Oct 1, 2001
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      Bu haber bezde kursetelgenme? Hatirlamim.

      Barysygyz isen-sau bulyp torygyz dip telim.


      Helen Faller

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      Date: Sunday, September 30, 2001, 12:37 PM -0400
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      Subject: KAMA RIVER SO POLLUTED PEOPLE DON'T NEED SOAP TO WASH CLOTHES


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      RFE/RL NEWSLINE Vol. 5, No. 183, Part I, 26 September 2001
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      KAMA RIVER SO POLLUTED PEOPLE DON'T NEED SOAP TO WASH
      CLOTHES. "Vecherniye Chelni" reported on 24 September that water in
      sections of the Kama River in Tatarstan is so polluted with active
      synthetic agents that people can wash their clothes in it without adding
      any soap. PG

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