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Kyiv celebrates Ukrainian activist-soldier Roman Ratushniy

The Kyiv native seemed headed for a bright future that he wanted to devote to his country — like many young people from his generation. He was killed fighting Russian troops on the eastern front line on June 9, aged 24.

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