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09:00

Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from 24 February 2022 to 17 September 2023 (approximation): 272320 troops; 4620 tanks; 8828 armored vehicles; 6003 artillery systems; 776 MLRS; 523 anti-aircraft warfare systems; 315 aircraft; 316 helicopters; 8537 military auto vehicles and fuel tanks; 20 military boats; 1 submarine; 4742 tactical UAVs; 896 special military equipment; 1455 cruise missiles. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

09:29

At night on September 17, Ukrainian defenders shot down 6 out of 6 Iranian-made Shahed-136/131 drones and 6 out of 10 enemy cruise missiles Kh-101/Kh-555/Kh-55 used by Russian troops to attack the Odesa region. – Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

11:01

In the last 24 hours, Russian troops shelled the Chernihiv, Sumy, Zaporizhzhia, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk, Donetsk, Mykolaiv, Odesa, and Kherson regions. At least 2 citizens were killed. 10 more people were injured. – Information from Regional Military Administrations

21:10

Ukrainian defenders have liberated the settlement of Klishchiivka in the Donetsk region. – Hanna Maliar, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine

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Women from the volunteer center “Zmist” in Poltava make a camouflage net for Ukrainian defenders.

By Elena Tita

Active construction of the fortifications on the second defense lines is currently ongoing in the Sumy and Kharkiv regions.

By Konstantyn & Vlada Liberov

On Independence Square in Kyiv, a peaceful demonstration was held by the families of Ukrainian defenders who were reported missing during hostilities. Currently, more than 37,000 Ukrainian citizens are considered missing under extraordinary circumstances, including Ukrainian soldiers.

By Andrii Yakymenko / Instagram

A rehabilitation center for Ukrainian soldiers who have partially or entirely lost their sight due to combat injuries in the Lviv region. Here, Ukrainian defenders learn to navigate in space, move on their own, cook food, work with a computer and mobile, and learn Braille.

By Konstantyn & Vlada Liberov

A rehabilitation center for Ukrainian soldiers who have partially or entirely lost their sight due to combat injuries in the Lviv region. Here, Ukrainian defenders learn to navigate in space, move on their own, cook food, work with a computer and mobile, and learn Braille.

By Konstantyn & Vlada Liberov

A Ukrainian soldier, Bohdan, call-sign “Khimik” from the 5th Assault Brigade of the AFU, cooks as his fellow soldier Serhii, call-sign “Moped,” plays with a cat after their return from a 4-day frontline rotation near Chasiv Yar, the Donetsk region. April 2024.

By Roman Pilipey for AFP Photo

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