How a young Ukrainian woman built a pocket-sized global volunteer network to supply equipment to front-line soldiers


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Open this photo in gallery: Kristina Voronovska stands near the monument of the Mother of Motherland on Nov. 1, in Kyiv.Anton Skyba/The Globe and Mail Somewhere near the front lines in eastern Ukraine, SUVs and ambulances are blasting along dangerous supply and access roads, sometimes travelling into the fight itself. There is nothing unusual about the vehicles’ presence, except that a few of them, oddly, carry British licence plates and hastily applied camouflage paint. The yellow plates make Kristina Voronovska smile. When the war started 20 months ago, she gave up her career as an entrepreneur to join the war...