Russia From Scars to Tattoos

In this photo taken on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017, tattoo artist Yevgeniya Zakhar looks on during an interview in Ufa, Russia. Yevgeniya Zakhar, a Russian tattoo artist from Ufa, a city about 1,200 kilometers (745 miles) east of Moscow, gives free tattoos to victims of domestic abuse, to cover their scars. The upper chamber of the Russian parliament last week passed a controversial bill decriminalizing some forms of domestic violence. (AP Photo/Vadim Braydov)

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