In East Ukraine Psychiatric Ward, War Deepens Mental Wounds

HORLIVKA, Ukraine — Whenever the bombs fell, the men and women in the psychiatric ward would huddle in terror around fellow patient Valentina Izotova, a stout, maternal-looking woman, and she would read to them from her favorite book. They hardly understood a word, but her voice soothed them.

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In East Ukraine Psychiatric Ward, War Deepens Mental Wounds

HORLIVKA, Ukraine — Whenever the bombs fell, the men and women in the psychiatric ward would huddle in terror around fellow patient Valentina Izotova, a stout, maternal-looking woman, and she would read to them from her favorite book. They hardly understood a word, but her voice soothed them.

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