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'Searching for Nika': Why Ukrainian filmmaker Stanislav Kapralov risked his life to save his dog


Stanislav Kapralov could have stayed away from the war in Ukraine. But when he found out his dog was missing in Kyiv, he packed up his camera and went searching. He discovered a country of people risking their lives to save animals.

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