Ukrainians Fleeing 'Hell' in Mariupol Find a City Free of Russian Occupation, but in Denial

Leaving home under fire, hiding for days without food and water, Mariupol residents recount escaping their Ukrainian hometown under Russian siege

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The refugee center in Zaporizhzhia.
The refugee center in Zaporizhzhia.Credit: Liza Rozovsky
Liza Rozovsky
Liza Rozovsky
Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine
The refugee center in Zaporizhzhia.Credit: Liza Rozovsky
A refugee center in Zaporizhzhia on Monday.Credit: Liza Rozovsky
Rubble in the port city of Mariupol, earlier this week. Credit: ALEXANDER ERMOCHENKO/Rueters
A refugee center in Zaporizhzhia on Monday.Credit: Liza Rozovsky
Ruins in Mariupol on Tuesday.Credit: ALEXANDER NEMENOV - AFP

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