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YEREVAN, Armenia, June 25, 2015 (UNHCR) – When conflict erupted in Ukraine in November 2014, Artyem and Ella Nakhoyans prayed the fighting would end before it could disrupt their happy lives and home. Instead, war slowly crept closer to their home in Lugansk, eastern Ukraine.
Neighbours were cut down by stray bullets, shelling destroyed many houses, basic services – like water and electricity – were cut.
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