. In Case You’ve Missed It ‘I’m not giving up’: Those who fled Mariupol search for clues about loved ones left behind « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NBC NEWS – Mariupol has been under heavy Russian bombardment for nearly two months, leaving residents trapped with little food, clean water or medical care. There is also no electricity or functioning cellphone service, making communication all but impossible for loved ones who remain. “I hope and I know that my mom will be all right,” said Ilya, 20, a customer service representative who fled Mariupol several weeks ago without his mother, who decided to stay. “She will be OK. She will leave that city.” “Right now I’m just thinking of what she would be doing if she was in my place.

Therefore at NBC NEWS

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