Slovyansk Struggles Back After Rebels Are Routed
For the first time in three months, Alla Grebenkova says she can go out on the streets of this city in eastern Ukraine without fear of being recognized as Ukrainian. The 68-year-old teacher said of life in Slovyansk after it came under the control of pro-Russia separatists in April, “I lived in hell. It was complete chaos and lawlessness. I was afraid to admit that I am Ukrainian. Finally, this absurdity has ended.
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