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As Russians Shift East, Here's What They Left Behind In One Ukrainian Town

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As Russians Shift East, Here's What They Left Behind In One Ukrainian Town

This past week, the world's attention has been focused on the death and destruction that's been discovered in Ukranian towns north of Kyiv after Russian forces withdrew. One of those towns — vistied by NPR — is Borodyanka. The carnage left behind by Russians is also a sign of what may be to come in the country's east, where a new offensive looms.

NPR's Scott Detrow reported from Boyodyanka with producers Noah Caldwell and Kat Lonsdorf.

Additional reporting this episode from correspondents Nathan Rott and Greg Myre.

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