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'How many more victims will there be?': Kyiv residents reflect on Ukraine war anniversary

Nina Nikiforovа, 80, cries outside a church in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Feb. 11, 2023, at the funeral of her son Volodymyr, a Ukrainian serviceman killed in the east of the country.
Nina Nikiforovа, 80, cries outside a church in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Feb. 11, 2023, at the funeral of her son Volodymyr, a Ukrainian serviceman killed in the east of the country. Copyright AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti, File
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By Euronews
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Ukrainians give their thoughts, a year after their lives were turned upside down by Russia's invasion.

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A year of war with Russia has strongly shaken the minds and spirits of millions of Ukrainians.

Their lives, their worries, their hopes are very different today than they were then.

Absolutely everything revolves around the conflict, with no sign of a solution in sight.

Watch Euronews' interviews with people in Kyiv in the video player above.

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