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Ukraine's Frontline Bakery

Lucy Ash reports from Marinka in eastern Ukraine, where a new bakery brings some comfort and sustenance to war-weary locals.

The war in eastern Ukraine between Russian-backed rebels and the Ukrainian army has killed more than 10,000 people over four years, and peace remains a distant prospect. Despite the violence and poverty though, civilians in the war zone try to live as normal a life as possible. In the frontline town of Marinka, a new bakery has opened which brings some comfort and sustenance to war-weary locals. From Marinka, Lucy Ash reports.

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