Ukrainians reject Russias Victory Day as they rebuild their shattered homes Dozens feared dead after Russian bomb levels Ukraine school Ukraine war: ‘They usually fire in the morning but I do not fear death. We are in Gods hands
This house I have lived here for 40 years. Both my kids were born here Olga Teterska a 48-year-old accountant from Borodianka near It is impossible to describe with words how I feel being back here and seeing what has happened.
The governor of Luhansk province one of two areas that make up the eastern industrial heartland known as the Donbas said the school in the village of Bilohorivka caught fire after Saturday’s bombing. Emergency crews found two bodies fighting since 2014 and occupy some territory. The largest European conflict since World War II has developed into a punishing war of attrition due to the Ukrainian military’s unexpectedly effective defense.
The flower garden is still growing she added. Well save the ones we can.Yulia 32 shows the way to the basement. Its a precarious scramble down makeshift steps in almost total darkness through a warren of rooms full of spare furniture tools and water bottles.
In the last dimly-lit room shes set up house. Misha her eight-year-old son is curled up on his camping bed watching something on a phone. Behind him the heating pipes and valves for the building run along the wall.
Theyve spent most of their time in this basement for more than two months.
“They [Russia] usually fire in the morning” Yulia says adding sarcastically “Like – ‘Good morning!”
We celebrated May 9 until 2014 Teterska said.