Ukrainian priests pursue unholy row in burned-out Borodyanka

Two clerics’ war fuelled by interchurch tensions, with claims of abetting deportations and colluding with the Kremlin

The bitter feud would almost be comical were it not being waged in the devastated Ukrainian town of Borodyanka, north of Kyiv, among hollowed out buildings, burned armoured vehicles and freshly dug graves.

A near two-decade grudge between two priests, fuelled by fierce interchurch tensions and the pursuit of local dominance, has escalated into tit-for-tat claims of attempted murder, treachery, collaboration in forced deportations and vigilante vandalism.

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