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Dead Russian Soldiers Are Stacking Up In Ukraine — With Nowhere To Go

What do you do when the enemy doesn’t take back their dead?

Honoring your dead is immensely important in Russian/Ukrainian culture. But only one-half of this equation is living up to this tradition. (Editorial rights purchased via iStock Photos)

A refrigerated train pulls up on the outskirts of Bucha. A metallic door slides open with a clang.

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Quality over quantity. That guy from Quora. Writing out of Tampa, Florida.

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