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In Ukraine's Transcarpathian region people say how the war has changed their lives

Soldiers in Ukraine prepare a trench.
Soldiers in Ukraine prepare a trench. Copyright Diritti d'autore Libkos/Copyright 2022 The AP. All rights reserved.
Copyright Diritti d'autore Libkos/Copyright 2022 The AP. All rights reserved.
By Nóra Shenouda
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In Ukraine's Transcarpathian region, far from the frontlines, new graves line up. They sit next to those who died in previous conflicts, such as World War II and Afghanistan.

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In Ukraine’s Transcarpathian region in the extreme west of the country, new graves line up. They sit next to those who died in previous conflicts, such as World War II and Afghanistan. 

Euronews reporter Nora Shenouda visited the area and spoke to locals who are mourning those lost since the Russian invasion.

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