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Ukrainians return to village retaken from Russian forces

A view of the destroyed village of Moshchun, amid Russia's invasion, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19, 2022.   REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto

A view of the destroyed village of Moshchun, amid Russia's invasion, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19, 2022. REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto

A view of the destroyed village of Moshchun, amid Russia's invasion, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19, 2022. REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto
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Sisters Zoya Makushenko, 58, and Nadiya Makushenko, 70, tend their strawberry field as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19.  REUTERS/Edgar Su

Sisters Zoya Makushenko, 58, and Nadiya Makushenko, 70, tend their strawberry field as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Sisters Zoya Makushenko, 58, and Nadiya Makushenko, 70, tend their strawberry field as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Anna Zhuravel, 27, who is eight and a half months pregnant, helps her family rebuild the roof of their grocery shop in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Anna Zhuravel, 27, who is eight and a half months pregnant, helps her family rebuild the roof of their grocery shop in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Anna Zhuravel, 27, who is eight and a half months pregnant, helps her family rebuild the roof of their grocery shop in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Residents who lost their homes and belongings look for clothes donated by organizations, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Residents who lost their homes and belongings look for clothes donated by organizations, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Residents who lost their homes and belongings look for clothes donated by organizations, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A view of the destroyed village of Moshchun in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto

A view of the destroyed village of Moshchun in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto

A view of the destroyed village of Moshchun in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Leonardo Benassatto
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Residents talk outside a destroyed community hall, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Residents talk outside a destroyed community hall, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Residents talk outside a destroyed community hall, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Men rebuild a roof in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Men rebuild a roof in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Men rebuild a roof in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Ammunition casing is seen outside a destroyed home, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Ammunition casing is seen outside a destroyed home, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Ammunition casing is seen outside a destroyed home, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A woman passes by a destroyed home, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A woman passes by a destroyed home, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A woman passes by a destroyed home, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A tulip flower is pictured next to bullet holes in a wall of a resident's house, in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A tulip flower is pictured next to bullet holes in a wall of a resident's house, in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A tulip flower is pictured next to bullet holes in a wall of a resident's house, in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A van distributes aid to residents in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A van distributes aid to residents in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A van distributes aid to residents in Moshchun village, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Zoya Makushenko, 58, tends a strawberry field, as villagers return to Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Zoya Makushenko, 58, tends a strawberry field, as villagers return to Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Zoya Makushenko, 58, tends a strawberry field, as villagers return to Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A man passes by a destroyed house in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A man passes by a destroyed house in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A man passes by a destroyed house in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Bikers pass by a destroyed home in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Bikers pass by a destroyed home in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Bikers pass by a destroyed home in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Anna Zhuravel, 27, who is eight and a half months pregnant, helps her family rebuild the roof of their grocery shop in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Anna Zhuravel, 27, who is eight and a half months pregnant, helps her family rebuild the roof of their grocery shop in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Anna Zhuravel, 27, who is eight and a half months pregnant, helps her family rebuild the roof of their grocery shop in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A resident walks into a destroyed grocery shop in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A resident walks into a destroyed grocery shop in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A resident walks into a destroyed grocery shop in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A Ukrainian flag flutters next to a destroyed house in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A Ukrainian flag flutters next to a destroyed house in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A Ukrainian flag flutters next to a destroyed house in Moshchun village, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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A Ukrainian flag is seen outside a destroyed house, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A Ukrainian flag is seen outside a destroyed house, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su

A Ukrainian flag is seen outside a destroyed house, as villagers return to Moshchun village in Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 19. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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