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The stories of children deported to Russia

Anya only remembered the first three digits of her mother’s phone number. The remaining six are listed in a notebook she left behind when she fled Mariupol for Zaporizhia last spring to escape Russian attacks.

In October of last year, in an interview with The New York Times, he revealed that he has no way of contacting his mother: now she is in Moscow, almost 1,200 kilometers from her hometown, in a family that adopted her: “I didn’t want to go, but no one asked me anything.”

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Source: Observadora

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