The Ukrainian town of Krasnogorivka sits in government-controlled territory close to the impoverished outskirts of the Russian-backed separatist stronghold of Donetsk. Citizens there know the pains of war and personal loss. “We live in constant fear,” says mother-of-six Natalia Shanovska, whose flat has been hit four times by shells. Sergiy Fedenko, director of the town's hospital, has turned its basement into a makeshift shelter should the Russian tanks roll over the border.

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