Russian migrants face job woes

The closure of one of Europe's largest markets in Moscow has left tens of thousands of migrant workers without jobs.

    The closure of one of Europe's largest markets has left tens of thousands of migrant workers without jobs.

    The Russian government says it shut down the Cherkizovsky market in Moscow, the capital, as part of its fight against corruption, but some say the move was aimed at the migrants working there.

    Neave Barker reports from Moscow.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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