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Bucha - 4 April 2022
1. FULL SCREEN "WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES"
2. Tanya Nedashkivs'ka, 57-year-old Bucha resident, weeping by grave of her husband who she says was killed by Russian forces and later buried in the garden of the apartment block where they live
HEADLINE: Priest and widow on the burial of bodies in Bucha
3. Various, Nedashkivs'ka at the grave of her husband
ANNOTATION: Tanya Nedashkivs'ka said her husband was detained by Russian troops stationed in her neighborhood in the town near the capital, Kyiv. After the Russians left, she found his body dumped at the bottom of a staircase leading to the basement of a nearby building, alongside two other bodies.
4. Close of cross on grave reading "Vasyl Nedashkivskyi" and his birthdate
5. Tanya Nedashkivs'ka standing by grave of her husband
ANNOTATION: The 57-year-old ended up burying her husband in the garden outside the apartment building where they lived.
6. SOUNDBITE (Russian) Tanya Nedashkivs'ka, 57-year-old Bucha resident whose husband was allegedly killed by Russian forces: ++ON SCREEN SUBTITLES++
"Please, I am begging you, do something! It's me talking, a Ukrainian woman, a Ukrainian woman, a mother of two kids and one grandchild. For all the wives and mothers, make peace on Earth so no one ever grieves again, no one, neither Ukrainian, or Russian, no one on the whole Earth. I want to live, everyone just wants to live."
7. Wide of Nedashkivskyi crying in the street
ANNOTATION: Standing in the street near where she lives, Nedashkivs'ka pleaded for an end to the bloody conflict.
8. Tilt down from church to mass grave
9. Various of mass grave
ANNOTATION: Ukrainian officials say the bodies of hundreds of civilians were found in Bucha and other towns around Kyiv following the retreat of Russian troops. Some of the bodies found strewn across Bucha have been buried in a mass grave in the grounds of a church in the center of town.
10. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Father Andrii Galavin, 49-year-old priest of the Church of St. Andrew and All Saints in Bucha:
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"Under the (Russian) occupation, people were dying, a lot of people were killed in cars while trying to evacuate from the city, a lot of people were killed by explosions and gunshots and (bodies) were lying on streets. The morgue was full, it wasn't possible to bury people at the cemetery, since we were not able to physically reach the cemetery. Peaceful civilians going to the cemetery could have been killed on the way."
11. Various, makeshift wooden cross on top of grave where unidentified woman was buried
ANNOTATION: Many more were buried wherever relatives could because it was too dangerous to move the remains to the church, Father Andrii Galavin said.
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