A bomb-ravaged village in Ukraine

Moscow destroyed the village of Velika Bysarivka, five kilometers from the Russian border, in ten days. In the school hallway, there is only a tattered carpet. You can see photos of students under broken glass and dust. “They used the full range of their weapons. says police chief Arthur. It is persistent and intense. Even soldiers who have seen Buckmutt say they have never had such an experience.

The village school was completely destroyed
The village school was completely destroyed

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Neither the school nor the hospital nor the library objected. It was a miracle that there were no casualties as the police had organized an evacuation as soon as the first blasts took place. “The Russians do not know how to fight honestly against our soldiers. Arthur explains. So they attack civilians and threaten them.

Bombs apparently fell on the house of Victor (60), who lost everything. The attic collapsed into his living room and radiators were torn apart by the blast of various explosions. “They targeted us because we are Ukrainians. Victor laments. I say to these stupid Russians: 'Did you see where you threw your bomb? You threw it at peaceful people and they destroyed everything.

Victor's house is in ruins from Russian bombs.
Victor's house is in ruins from Russian bombs.

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Before the war Velika Bysarivka had 4,000 inhabitants. Today only a few hundred remain. The only glimmer of hope in this ruined field is the return of the storks after the strikes.

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Report by Agathe Mahuet, edited by Etienne Présumey.

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