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The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine is now taking a frightening turn. The Russian army has surrounded the city of Zaporizhia, Ukraine. Bombs are exploding everywhere. The Russian army is raining phosphorus bombs from the sky, which is banned. Those who somehow saved their lives, left their homes and took shelter in refugee camps, made horrific statements from today.

Taratanya, 68, watches the horrifying scene over and over again on her mobile phone. The embers falling from the sky fill his eyes with horror. What will happen to their village? of his friends? What will be the condition of his house? Tartanya says that his village is 70 kilometers from Zaporizhia. She never thought that her village would be bombed as there was no military base but she was wrong.

With panic in her eyes, Taratanya said that she did not leave the house even when the missiles began to fall on the village. Despite having kidney disease, she lay alone in the basement for three weeks. He talked about the phosphorus bomb and said that I now live with my friend Natasha.

Yugan describing the era of Mariupol as his sorrow
Said that it was impossible to escape from the Russian-occupied territories. Eugene, who fled the worst-affected region of Mariupol, says there is no fear now. The scene of death, the sound of gunfire and the disappearance of life in between… we have seen it all. He said that he spent many days and nights in the bunker. He somehow reached Zaporezhia with four members of his family, but left his father in the village.

Yug thanks the car for which he had run from Mariupol and also explained the difficulties of the road. He says there were 30 checkpoints in the four-day yatra. Now wants to go to Germany with family. At the same time, 11-year-old Maria, who came to the refugee camp with her mother, finds her home the most beautiful. Maria has brought a bag and a doll with her.

According to Mariana, the daughter of a school teacher by profession, one day when she returned home with her mother, the glass was broken and the door was open. Everything was chaotic. Maria alleges that Russian soldiers tore her pictures, including utensils and clothes, from her home. From that day on, Maria’s mother became worried and stopped eating and drinking.

According to Mariana, the daughter of a school teacher by profession, one day when she returned home with her mother, the glass was broken and the door was open. Everything was chaotic. Maria alleges that Russian soldiers tore her pictures, including utensils and clothes, from her home. From that day on, Maria’s mother became worried and stopped eating and drinking.

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