‘We’re keeping watch’: What foreign correspondents Nabih Bulos, Marcus Yam are seeing in Ukraine
Civilians leave Friday as fighting between Russian and Ukrainian forces draws closer to the town of Irpin, near Kyiv.
KHARKIV, Ukraine —
The Times’ Middle East bureau chief, Nabih Bulos, and photojournalist and foreign correspondent Marcus Yam are covering Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
As Russian troops advance from three sides into the country, Bulos and Yam are documenting the stories of ordinary Ukrainians facing the destruction of the existence they had built after the Soviet Union’s demise.
Here’s what they’re seeing.
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