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Svitlana Serovetnik

"My grandson cried for the first two weeks: "Mister, don't shoot, uncle, don't shoot"

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The village of Kapitanivka survived the occupation thanks to its solidarity. Svitlana Serovetnyk tells how people who stayed in Kapitanivka helped each other, shared food and medicine. How was her eight-year-old grandson, a child with developmental disabilities. How, finally, for the first time in 30 days, she heard silence.

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Kapitanivka (Kyiv region) 2022 Video Civilian's stories women children psychological injury shelling safety and life support elderly (60+) children occupation
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