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"I'm a fool. I didn't just cross the line, I erased it unintentionally... I think about every child, every mother, and every family. And I also think and suffer about every child on the other side, I dream that there would be no deaths, that children would not die. Believe me, the tear of every baby is my pain, my nightmare. I don't wish death on anyone, anyone."
– Anton Krasovsky, head of the Russian-language directorate of RT Russia
A mother in a remote village grapples with past, present, and future losses to war.
New classes are popping up in Russian schools to discuss the invasion of Ukraine.
A few books we’ve been reading lately, and that we felt we should review and share.
Russian schools have been given a billion rubles to purchase state symbols to decorate their walls.
Children born in the Ukrainian city of Kherson will now receive Russian citizenship, whether they want it or not.
An 11-year-old schoolboy was put on a watch list after "discrediting" the army on social media.
St. Jude's SAFER Ukraine initiative has helped over 600 patients amid the Russian invasion.
A new study shows that the percent of Russian kids aged 3-6 using the internet has tripled in the last ten years, among other stats.
A delightful Soviet winter tale about children, a big holiday tree, and the true meaning of Christmas: communism.
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