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When 75 year old Fuminori Tsuchiko from Tokyo arrived in eastern Ukraine’s city of Kharkiv last year, he knew he wanted to help people affected by Russia’s invasion. Touched by the hardships faced by local residents who were forced to seek shelter in subway stations due to Russian shelling, Tsuchiko decided to stay and lend …

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