A woman in her 60s lives in a house she bought with her husband’s money and a friend’s.
The woman, who did not want to be identified, said she had lived in the same building for a decade, and that she had enjoyed her time there.
Her daughter had moved out about a year ago.
She said she wanted to retire to her own home.
In a recent interview with The Washington Post, the woman described the neighborhood as “beautiful” and that her husband had made her an offer for the house, which he now owns.
“I was able to buy this house for $600,000,” she said.
While many residents have long lived in subsidized housing, she said she would not live there.
She said her husband wanted to make a point of visiting her house and said he would donate a portion of the money from the sale to the local shelter.
A local shelter director, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the housing crisis, said he had been aware of the family’s situation for more than a year.
He said the family had been struggling to make ends meet in their hometown of Krasnodar, a city of 10,000 people in western Russia, and had moved there in 2009, before the global financial crisis.
They had bought a one-bedroom apartment in the nearby village of Yevpatoria, the shelter director said.
It was purchased for $3,000.
On the night of Jan. 22, 2016, the man and woman heard a loud thud, the director said, and then the noise of a gunshot.
At first, they thought it was a firecracker, the person said.
But the woman said they soon learned that the shooting had taken place inside their apartment.
The man, who was shot once in the chest, is still recovering in a local hospital.
Two days later, the couple went to the hospital to find out more about the shooting.
The director said that the man had been shot once, in the head, and was in a stable condition at a hospital that day.
As they waited for more information, the wife’s husband came to visit.
By the time he left, the family was not sure what to make of what had happened.
When the police arrived, the husband and his wife went inside to tell them that they had been the victims of a crime.
The woman, the official said, told them that her mother had been killed by a “pig” in a nearby village.
There was no evidence to suggest that there was a connection between the two killings, the officials said.
Police said they found two knives, a box cutter, a crowbar, a handgun and a pistol inside the apartment.
They also found two plastic bags of gasoline and a cigarette lighter.
Investigators said they did not know who had rented the apartment from the couple or what had triggered the shooting, but they did know that the apartment had a security system and that the woman was a known threat.
Neighborhoods in Krasniagorsk have been on a downward spiral since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
The authorities in the region have struggled to rein in the population amid the crisis.
In November, the authorities issued a decree that would require residents to report all suspicious deaths.
The measures also gave local authorities the power to impose fines of up to 500,000 rubles ($1,400) on those who fail to comply.
Local officials have also been accused of using the decree to crush dissent and block the public’s access to the region’s many internet cafes.
The family is believed to be among a small minority of residents who have resisted the new restrictions.
The couple had not spoken publicly about their experiences.
But the couple’s daughter, who is now 19, said the woman who had killed their mother had tried to kill her.
The woman told her mother that the house belonged to someone named Alexander and had belonged to the family for more years than she could remember, she told The Post.
According to the woman, she was also told that she was not a real woman, but only a girl.
After her mother died, the girl said, she felt like a prisoner in the house.
She said that she never spoke about what had transpired because she had no one to turn to.
The situation in the Russian region is complicated by the region being located at the confluence of three rivers, one of which flows into the Black Sea, and the other two by the Salyut River.
Russia has suffered from severe drought since the start of the year.
The region’s population has fallen by more than 30 percent, from about one million in 2007 to about 400,000 today, according to official statistics.
Crime rates in the country have fallen from more than 15,000 a year in 2007 before the financial crisis to less than 5,000 in 2013.The region