Ukraine’s children adapt to survive Russia’s invasion | BBC News

Close to 2,000 children have been injured or killed in Ukraine since Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his full-scale invasion.

Child psychologists report a "catastrophic" surge in young people across the country struggling with symptoms that include panic attacks and depression.

Right across Ukraine, young people are experiencing loss, fear and anxiety. An increasing number struggle to sleep, have panic attacks or flashbacks.

Russian troops have recently crossed the border in a surprise offensive, taking new ground, and missile attacks on the city of Kharkiv have also increased.

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