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Russian Orthodox Church's social service 'Mercy' feeds people in need in Moscow

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Moscow, Feb 11 (EFE / EPA).- (Camera: Sergei Ilnistsky) Russian volunteers from the social services of the Russian Orthodox Church "Mercy" offer food to about 400 homeless people daily at their food point "Salvage Hangar " in Moscow. FOOTAGE OF PEOPLE WAITING FOR FOOD AND VOLUNTEERS IN MOSCOW.

Added on the 11/02/2021 13:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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