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City council: Over 10,000 people may die from ‘diseases and intolerable living conditions’ in Mariupol in 2022.

by Oleg Sukhov May 11, 2022 1:29 PM 1 min read
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Up to 170,000 people currently remain in Mariupol, the city council said. The Russian occupiers have turned the city into a “medieval ghetto”, and the number of casualties is expected to be high there, Mayor Vadym Boychenko said. “Our people are under lethal threat," he said. "Therefore, a full evacuation of the city is needed.” The highly-fortified Azovstal steel plant, the only remaining pocket of resistance in Mariupol, is being stormed by Russian troops.

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