From the BBC.
|Masha's school contacted the police after the 12-year-old drew this picture
In the centre of the Russian town of Yefremov is a wall covered in pictures of war. Giant photographs of masked Russian soldiers with guns and supersized letters Z and V - symbols of the country's so-called special military operation in Ukraine.
There's a poem, too:
Good should have fists.
Good needs an iron hand
To tear the skin from those
Who threaten it.
This is the official, patriotic picture of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
But in this town, 320km (200 miles) south of Moscow, you'll find another image of the Ukraine war. A very different one.