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In Mariupol, head of the Children's Affairs Service died from shelling


Mariupol, Donetsk region

Natalia Krasilnikova headed the Children's Affairs Service. From the first days of the war, she was involved in the evacuation of orphans and foster homes. From a direct hit by an enemy shell, Natalia died along with her entire family: her husband and two daughters, Angelina and Renata.

The rubble of the house was dismantled only now. But the russians did not even allow the relatives to take the personal belongings of the victims from the apartment, calling them marauders.

Source: Mariupol City Council



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