On March 2nd, Russia bombed residential apartments in one Ukrainian town. 45 days later, nobody knows what they will find under the rubble
In March, Russian jets bombed a residential block in the town of Borodyanka 40km northwest of Kyiv. Two of them collapsed and the survivors have yet to discover what lies beneath as Johnny O'Reilly reports.
Inspired by either hope or denial, a normality returns to Kyiv, while in Irpin the horrors are too real to contemplate
Johnny O'Reilly reports from Kyiv and from Irpin, the town just outside Ukraine's capital which was the scene of some of the most harrowing images from the war as Ukrainians consider what comes next.
“Before they started killing children, many of us were half-Russian, half Ukrainian, but now I’m a full-blown Ukrainian patriot”
In the city of Odessa, citizens wait for a Russian bombardment, but one of the many consequences of the war has been an embrace of Ukrainian identity and a rejection of the concepts advanced by Putin.
“I have an ageing mother, a lovely wife, and a daughter. I have nowhere to take them, so this time I’m staying to fight”
While peace talks begin on the Belarus-Ukraine border, many people here in Kyiv feel there is now no option but to prepare to fight and stay on high alert for the Russian saboteurs already on the city's streets.