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Ukraine prisoner of war: ‘I ask God that he doesn’t get tortured’

Over the last few months, hundreds of Ukrainian prisoners-of-war were exchanged and brought home.

However, thousands of people are still believed to be in Russian prisons.

Many of these prisoners are suffering from serious health issues and their families worry that they will not be able to see their loved ones alive if they don’t get there soon enough.

Abdujalil Abdurasulov, BBC correspondent, meets Mariupol’s family border guards who hope for his safe return.


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