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Maryna Luneva

"It was impossible to stay in the native village"

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The shells were exploding right over our heads. Schools and shops were closed, and people were actively  leaving Lebedynske. All this happened two years ago. It was impossible to stay in my native village, so I went to Mariupol with my two children, leaving home.

The youngest son Maksym  is now seven years old. When I was two and a half years old, I realized that my son could not hear anything. We only survive on social benefits.

When quoting a story, a reference to the source – the Museum of Civilian Voices of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation – is mandatory, as follows:

The Museum of Civilian Voices of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation https://civilvoicesmuseum.org/

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Lebedynske 2014 Text Civilian's stories
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