A Mariupol native has created a site for residents to find missing loved ones

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A woman on April 8 pulls her baggage past houses damaged during fighting in Mariupol, Ukraine. Alexei Alexandrov/AP

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For weeks, the Ukrainian city of Mariupol has faced bombardment from invading Russian troops. Thousands of people have died, and countless more have evacuated.

The chaos that has enveloped the city has caused many family members and friends to scatter and lose contact with one another. The whereabouts of so many are still unknown as the siege on Mariupol continues.

Dmitriy Cherepanov, seeing

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