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Celebrating Christmas in Bucha

By DW
29 December 2022   |   10:03 am
Bucha was one of the earliest targets of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Christmas for the survivors of the war crimes committed there is bittersweet. But it's a chance to celebrate the survival of Ukrainian traditions.

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