The U.N. children's fund is calling the situation of more than a half million children caught up in two years of conflict in Ukraine intolerable. Lisa Schlein reports.
"The U.N. children's fund considers the many children affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine as much more than just "collateral damage." It says the deprivation and trauma experienced by those who are most affected - some 580,000 children living near the front line - will have life-long damaging consequences. UNICEF representative in Ukraine Giovanna Barberis says these children are being deprived of their basic rights, including education, housing and the right to play. Lisa Schlein, Geneva."