Seven years have passed since the outbreak of war in eastern Ukraine between Russian-backed separatists and the Ukrainian government.
Since then, it has killed more than 13,000 people and uprooted more than a million from their homes. There is a ceasefire, but violations are common.
The conflict has had a devastating impact on the elderly – many of whom were trapped in their homes during the fighting.
The BBC’s Fergal Kane has reported on the war from its inception. In 2015, beekeeper Anatoly and his wife Svetlana met, who lived in the frontline village of Pesky.
Fergal is now back in eastern Ukraine to find out what happened to the couple.