Shattered sushi bar near front lines of Ukraine war keeps rolling despite Russian air strikes

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A sushi bar in Kramatorsk in eastern Ukraine has managed to stay in business and serving hungry customers despite being damaged when Russian bombs hit the centre of the city on July 7, 2022, killing at least one citizen and wounding six others. Despite being only around 20km (12 miles) from the front lines of the war, the Sushi Woka restaurant has remained open since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion in February. When missiles hit the city in the northern part of Ukraine’s Donetsk region, the impact was felt inside the restaurant and windows and doors were shattered by the blast, forcing customers and staff to scramble to find shelter. But on the next day, restaurant workers cleared out the debris and got back to business. A reduced staff now only fills takeaway and delivery orders to avoid risks to customers being served inside.

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