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Dear Bill O'Reilly,

This is why the Web is not eeeeevil:

With the old Soviet Union in pieces, three elderly sisters turned to Google to put the missing blocks of their lives back together.

The Web search reunited Ossie Rasher, 81, and Sophia Altfeld, 78, both of Florida, with Rosalie Berkovich, 80, of Acton after decades apart.

The last time they met, Berkovich was a little read-headed cousin waving from a Moscow train in 1937.

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The 'Net: Righting the wrongs of Communism, one Google search at a time.


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