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'No happy ending here': Volunteers in Lysychansk help civilians to flee

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Russian forces are closing in on the city of Lysychansk, in the eastern Donbas region, where they have been targeting much of their firepower. Volunteers continue to help civilians to flee. For two months they have been doing rescue missions on the front lines. "I know for sure that they will be left behind, " said Anton Yaremchuk, a volunteer that co-founded the aid group Base UA with friends.

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