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      A Ukrainian soldier in mid-June at a grave where the bodies of hundreds of unclaimed civilians were buried in Lysychansk. These were only “the ones who did not have anyone to bury them in a garden or a backyard,” the soldier said casually.
      CreditTyler Hicks/The New York Times

      Ukraine Dispatch

      In My Homeland, the Smell of Death on a Summer Afternoon

      In Ukraine, tragedies are a backdrop to everyday existence, piling up in numbers that seem inconceivable, an inescapable reality that feels like the very air in your lungs.

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