War in Ukraine: a journalistic investigation lifts the veil on the identity and history of the victims of Boutcha

Twenty bodies, all men dressed in civilian clothes, some appearing to have been there for weeks, are photographed on April 2 by AFP, the first media to enter Boutcha, a suburb of kyiv, just after the withdrawal of Russian troops.

Twenty corpses scattered in the same street: the Yablounska street, in other words street of the apple trees.

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