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AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda Oleksandr Mykhed and his wife live in the town of Hostomel, Ukraine, a place that the vast majority of us had never heard of before last week. When Russian troops sought to capture the airport on the outskirts of the town, however, the ensuing battle for control of the airfield quickly became breaking news across the globe, with images and videos of the battle and its aftermath widely shared across social media.
In a new op-ed published at the Financial Times, Mykhed tries to describe what its like to watch your quiet neighborhood turn into a battlefield, and to be confronted with the inescapable truth that running away isn’t an option. On the second day of the war, I started to receive messages from my neighbours that a group of armed Russians were breaking into our homes. They were bringing people out of their houses, pointing guns to their heads, forcing them on to their knees, then making them leave. The forest close to our house is a special place. A few years ago, a group of neighbours, including my wife and I, were fighting against an illegal redevelopment of the forest zone. We lost that battle […]
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