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Debris covers the inside of the drama theater in April following a March 16 bombing in Mariupol, Ukraine, in an area now controlled by Russian forces.
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Hundreds of civilians were sheltering in the drama theater during the March siege of Mariupol, the southern Ukrainian port city that Russian troops destroyed and now occupy.
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