Ukraine neighbours endure war in different ways

Natalia Parkomento, 60, smokes as she sits next to her roomate Vera Fillipova, 65, outside their home in Slatyne village, amid Russia's attack on Ukraine, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, May 18, 2022. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

SLATYNE, Ukraine (Reuters) -The only 10 residents left in the Commune, an apartment complex in the eastern Ukraine town of Slatyne, share the hardships of Russia’s invasion, from relentless shellfire and exploding rounds to a lack of power and running water.

But the inhabitants of two of the blocks, which sit barely 100 metres apart across an overgrown lot, could be living in different worlds.

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