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UNICEF steps up life-saving education as mines devastate children’s lives in eastern Ukraine

It started as just another day of boys’ play. ‘I was with my friends at a quarry that is used as a shooting range; it was seven of us. We’ve played there many times before’, recalls Maksim* somberly, lying in a hospital bed in his native Donetsk city.

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