Dark side of Russian bid to host winter games

Before long Russia won the bid to have the 22nd Winter Olympics, tractors and cranes moved into the town of Sochi and have once in a while halted from that point forward.

A whole winter town is being worked alongside endless new lodgings, streets, a railroad and ski resorts. At the point when the games are on, around 75,000 individuals are relied upon to fill the city park ordinary.

What guests are probably not going to see, notwithstanding, is the individual expense of the undertaking on neighborhood families. Around 1,500 homes must be destroyed to clear a path for the games destinations; the individuals who opposed were persuasively removed.

Al Jazeera’s Emma Hayward reports from Sochi.

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