After weeks of heavy fighting in Kyiv’s suburbs, residents who had been in hiding returned to the streets to find damage and carnage — land mines, bullet holes and corpses.
On April 4 and 5, video journalists from The New York Times entered the towns of Bucha, Borodianka and Hostomel to talk with witnesses and document the aftermath of the Russian occupation.
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