According to Censor.NET, currently there are destroyed homes, children's camps. Many buildings have damaged walls, broken windows.
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"September 4-5 the control over Shyrokyne village, located 20 km from Mariupol, changed hands twice: on September 4, due to the intense bombardment the Ukrainian military left the positions in the village, and on September 5 as a result of the counter-offensive, it was again occupied by the Ukrainian army," Azov press service notes. "As a result of fierce fighting several private houses have been destroyed, an unfinished kindergarten, boarding and summer camps, where the displaced persons lived until early September have been damaged."