Victor Galușca, a Moldovan filmmaker and photographer, happened upon what he called a “treasure:” some 4,000 negatives documenting village life in the former Soviet republic from the 1950s through the 1970s by an unheralded Moldovan photographer.
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Canada’s Justin Trudeau, who had a rough relationship with Trump, tells Biden in a virtual meeting, ‘U.S. leadership has been sorely missed over the past years.’ But several irritants still divide the longtime allies.
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