Na początku to była "masakra w Buczy" a dziś wystarcza już powiedzieć "Bucza". Bestialstwo żołnierzy rosyjskich w stosunku do Ukrainek i Ukraińców, odkryte po ewakuacji wojsk, obiegło cały świat. To miasto położone bardzo blisko Kijowa. Od początku wojny w Hostomelu, Buczy i Irpieniu trwały zaciekłe walki. Po ucieczce Rosjan dochodzą do nas obrazy, które pokazuje skalę zniszczenia. Obecnie w Buczy a także innych 20 miejscowościach obwodu kijowskiego trwa sprzątanie, rozminowywanie. Ludzie szukają bliskich.
One of the streets in Bucha city destroyed by the Russian occupiers.
Ukrainian military at the Vokzalna street in Bucha city. The Russians destroyed most of the civilian homes here.
Traces of a shell on a once green lawn.
A destroyed fence near the house where a column of Russian equipment was destroyed by artillery.
72-year-old Volodymyr cries, telling how Kadyrovtsy (a paramilitary organization in Chechnia, Russia) invaded his house in Bucha city. The man lived here with his daughter and her husband. Kadyrovtsy took Vladimir’s son-in-law out of the house to the street: they undressed him and shot him in front of his wife.
The number 200 stands for a dead person in Ukraine. They put a “200" sign on the car so that people would know that the car transports bodies.
Survived civilians in Bucha city say they witnessed hell. There is proof of their words on the photo - burned bodies of civilians.
Bodies of civilians burned by the Russians in Bucha city. There are six dead people in the photo.
The man in the photo is named Ihor. Before the Russian invasion of Bucha city, he worked in this ruined supermarket.
A lost dog in a supermarket in Bucha city destroyed by Russian artillery.
Residents of Bucha city are waiting for humanitarian aid from volunteers. They were given bread, canned meat and hygiene items. Humanitarian aid is brought to the city every hour.
For the first time in a month, an elderly civilian woman sees guests in Bucha city. She cries, hugs volunteers and talks about the horrors she witnessed during the occupation.
Destroyed and looted by the Russians public transport stop in Bucha city.
Residents of Bucha city who survived the Russian occupation are waiting for humanitarian aid near the destroyed supermarket.
An older man has just received humanitarian aid. He puts his food on his bike near the ruined supermarket in Bucha city.
Volunteers distribute bread to survivors of Bucha city. Residents keep living in basements without water, electricity and communications.
Ukrainian sapper inspects Russian shells found in a residential area in Bucha city.
A civilian woman walks down the street to receive humanitarian aid from the Ukrainian military. One can see a house shelled by Russian artillery behind her.
A construction company office in Bucha destroyed and looted by the Russians.
A burned-out Tesla electric car parked at a vehicle charging station in Bucha city.
A transformer station on the outskirts of Bucha city destroyed by Russians.
Sappers taking out large-calibre Russian shells on the territory of a once peaceful apartment complex.
Ukrainian rescue workers demine items left by Russians.
Destroyed cars and a broken building of an apartment complex in Bucha, where the Russian military was based.
Windows of a residential building. The Russian military was based in its yard.
Glass from a broken civilian car. Russians shot the car right in the middle of the street.
Russians abandoned their weapons when fleeing from Bucha city. You can see “mukha” in the foreground - a Soviet hand-held anti-tank grenade launcher.
A car with civilians shot dead by the Russian military. The family tried to evacuate from the seized city and indicated that the children were in the car.
А car of the city of Bucha territorial defence forces shot by the Russian military.