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Migrant Workers Stranded in Russia Flocking to Border

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Click to expand Image More than 4,000 Uzbek nationals live in a temporary camp in Kinel district, Samara region, Russia, intended for 900 people, waiting for a train to take them back to Uzbekistan, September 2020. © 2020 Human Rights Watch “Please tell them to send more trains!” I heard this repeated often last week while visiting a temporary migrant camp on Russia’s border with Kazakhstan, filled with Uzbek migrants desperate to be repatriated home to Uzbekistan. People started flocking to the camp, near the Kinel train station in Russia’s Samara region, in late August from around Russia.…

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