Mariupol, Ukraine – In another life, not so long ago, Inna was a hairdresser. Now she spends her days chasing down food and water, in a struggle to simply survive in the Russian-held Ukrainian city of Mariupol.
“You run to find a water distribution point. After, to where they are handing out bread. Then you line up to get rations,” said the 50-year-old, holding two empty water cans. “You run all the time.”
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