‘Where is he now?’ Kherson mother looks for son after Russian retreat

By Tom Balmforth

KHERSON, Ukraine (Reuters) – Clutching aid she’d received at a crowded humanitarian distribution point in Ukraine’s liberated city of Kherson, Anna Voskoboinik, a one-legged woman in a wheelchair, finds it hard to imagine life without her only son.

Russian forces, she said, arrested Oleksii, 38, a former soldier, three months ago…

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