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July 14
06:34

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, more than 9 million Ukrainians have left Ukraine. Most Ukrainians, more than 1 million, have gone to Poland. – The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

08:23

Russian aggressors fired missiles at the Donetsk region on July 13. 3 people were killed. 5 citizens were injured. – Pavlo Kyrylenko, Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration

09:31

Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from 24 February to 14 July (approximation): 37870 troops; 1667 tanks; 3852 armored vehicles; 840 artillery systems; 247 MLRS; 109 anti-aircraft warfare systems; 219 aircraft; 188 helicopters; 2704 military auto vehicles and fuel tanks; 15 military boats; 681 tactical UAVs; 67 special military equipment; 155 cruise missiles. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

10:10

Rocket attacks on the city of Sloviansk in the Donetsk region on July 14. 2 people were injured. Local residential buildings were damaged. – Vadym Liakh, Head of the Sloviansk City Military Administration

11:31

Rocket attacks on the Zaporizhzhia region on July 13. 16 citizens were injured. The infrastructure of a local enterprise was damaged. – Anatolii Kurtiev, Acting Mayor of Zaporizhzhia

12:12

Russian troops shelled the city of Vinnytsia on July 14. 12 people were killed, including 1 child. There are 25 injured victims among the civilians. – Kyrylo Tymoshenko, Deputy Head of the President’s Office

12:28

The Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed a Russian ammunition depot near the city of Kherson on July 14. – Department of Strategic Communications of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

13:51

The British government has approved the decision to provide Ukraine with another financial aid package of £2,5 million worth. These funds will be used to investigate war crimes committed by Russian soldiers in Ukraine. – Sky News

14:10

As of July 14, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have liberated 44 Ukrainian settlements in the Kherson region. – Dmytro Butrii, Acting Head of the Kherson Regional Military Administration

15:49

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, Russian troops have fired about 630 “Iskander” and “Caliber” cruise missiles at Ukraine. – Oleksii Hromov, Deputy head of the Main Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

19:24

Russian aggressors fired missiles at the city of Vinnytsia on July 14. 23 people were killed, including 3 children. 115 citizens were injured. 46 people are reported missing. Local residential and office buildings, as well as, the building of a medical diagnostic center were damaged. – Ihor Klymenko, Head of the National Police of Ukraine

20:13

In the last 24 hours, Russian troops shelled the Mykolaiv, the Dnipropetrovsk, the Kharkiv, the Donetsk, the Luhansk, the Kherson, the Zaporizhzhia, and the Vinnytsia regions. 26 people have been killed, including 3 children. 125 citizens have been injured, including 2 children. – Information from Regional Military Administrations

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injured by the Russian shellings
Rescuers help civilians that were injured by the Russian shellings in the Donetsk region. August 9, 2022.

Photo from the State Emergency Service of Ukraine

damaged skool
Two schools, a dormitory, over 20 apartment buildings, and several administrative buildings were damaged after the Russian forces shelled residential neighborhoods in the Nikopol district. August 10, 2022.

Photo from Valentyn Reznichenko, Head of the Dnipropetrovsk Region Military Administration

ukrainian soldiers
Different generations of Ukrainians protect Ukraine.

By Vadim Sarakhan

Mykolaiv after shelling
A woman in her house in Mykolaiv after the shelling. July 31, 2022.

By Kostiantyn & Vlada Liberov

ukrainian soldiers sleep
Ukrainian soldiers sleep in a trench on the front lines. August 2022.

By Ihor Volkov

Farming at the frontline in Zelenodolsk, Dnipropetrovsk region.

By David Guttenfelder, The New York Times

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