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War in Ukraine: Russian occupation leaves Donbas town of Sviatohirsk deeply divided

By France24
21 October 2022   |   7:20 pm
Once so picturesque it was nicknamed the "Switzerland of the Donbas", the eastern Ukrainian town of Sviatohirsk today lies in ruins. It was recaptured by Ukrainian troops in mid-September after being occupied by Russian forces for nearly 100 days.

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