On the one hill with mobile signal, Ukrainian kids build makeshift classroom

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By Vitalii Hnidyi HONTARIVKA, Ukraine (Reuters) – At the only place in their village where they could find a strong mobile internet signal – a windswept hill on the barren steppe – Ukrainian fifth-grader Mykola Dziuba and his friends have built makeshift tent to serve as a remote classroom. “We sit here for around two or three hours, sometimes just for an hour,” said Dziuba as the wind rattled the rickety structure. “When it got cold recently, it wasn’t too great.” Dziuba’s school in eastern Ukraine has been in distance-learning mode since the start of the new school year in September, a few w…

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