Volunteers take aid to Bakhmut despite intense fighting
26 January 2023 | 11:43 am
Fighting has intensified around the town of Bakhmut, where soldiers and civilians are holding out in harsh winter conditions. Despite the danger, volunteers still take aid to people in the area. DW's Sonia Phalnikar met some of them in the capital, Kyiv.
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