What Bakhmut Looks Like Now

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Bakhmut is obliterated.

As fighting around the city in eastern Ukraine rages on, drone footage taken by The New York Times on Friday captured the scorched buildings, destroyed schools, and cratered parks that now define Bakhmut. What looks like an early-morning haze spreading across the shattered skyline is the acrid smoke that hung heavy after another night of relentless shelling.

The Russians are declaring victory in this battle, the war’s longest and bloodiest. The Ukrainians, making…

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