Russian Men, Dying in War, Leave Many Families Sad, Angry, and Silent

From a Washington Post story by Robyn Dixon headlined “Russian men, dying in war, leave many families sad, angry, and silent”:

When Yevgeny Chubarin told his mother he was joining the Russian army to fight against Ukraine, she cried and begged him not to go. But his exhilaration shone through. By May 15, he had an AK-47 and was on his way. The 24-year-old stone-factory worker was killed the next day.