How Ukraine's metro stations are used for shelter during Russia strikes – BBC News

Since the start of Russia’s invasion, residents in Ukraine have become accustomed to air raid sirens and finding shelter.

In the capital, Kyiv, the city’s Metro stations have become bunkers during missile strikes.

The BBC’s Yalda Hakim describes how they have become part of normal life.

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