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    After losing her parents and older brother before turning 8, Tashkent, Uzbekistan native Angelina was sent to live with her 70-year-old disabled grandmother in her cramped apartment. Her $80/month pension stretched to its limit to provide for both of them. But with help from Federation p...

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