The Crisis in Ukraine

This is about the attacks and how heartbreaking it is to the people who are helping in every way they can to the injured or captured soldiers.

By amberlyn W. from The Academy of Richmond County in Georgia

The crisis in Ukraine in my opinion is very heartbreaking. The Russian attacks have killed many innocent people and innocent children including a 7 year old girl and a 12 year old girl only trying to ride their bike and enjoy their days at school. The Ukrainian people are even helping the captured Russian Soldiers giving them tea, pastries, nutritious foods, and letting them call their family on their phones. It is sad that today this is still something we have to see, yet the ones being attacked are taking care of the attackers with them having no where to go.  

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