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'No other concerns': Ukraine fighting looms large as Russian border city votes

In Rostov-on-Don, a large city in southwest Russia close to the Ukrainian border that was attacked by drones this week, voters casting ballots in regional polls explain that fighting in Ukraine is their main worry. “We have no other concerns,” says Anatoly, an 84-year-old pensioner. Though the Ukraine conflict is on many voters’ minds, campaign posters generally do not address the subject directly.


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