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'I had to help people': Bucha doctors recall life and work under Russian occupation

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Two doctors tell their stories of doing their best to help civilians in Bucha -- the Kyiv suburb that became known as the site of alleged war crimes by Russian troops.

Added on the 28/05/2022 20:21:20 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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