Ukrainians adapt to Russian night strikes

Ukrainians adapt to Russian night strikes

At the sound of the air raid siren, two little girls quickly unroll a mattress on the ground as their mother takes her other daughter, still asleep, to a closet.

The scene is repeated in households across Kyiv on an almost nightly basis as Russian missile and drone attacks on the capital have intensified this month.

Lyudmyla Denysenko, 44, the mother of the three girls, said that at first when the siren went off, the whole family would shelter in a corner of their flat and do online activities like music classes.

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