In villages north of Kyiv, residents still feel the war’s presence.

MOSHCHENKA, Ukraine — The tanks are gone now, and the thousands of Russian soldiers who poured into northern Ukraine in February have retreated back across the border. But fear still prevails in Moshchenka, a quiet village only six miles from Ukraine’s border with Russia and Belarus.

In the distance, Russian artillery shells rock the neighboring towns every day. Their explosions send a shudder through residents who lived through weeks of Russian occupation and have not forgotten the…

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