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08:12

Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from 24 February 2022 to 28 January 2024 (approximation): 382110 troops; 6280 tanks; 11671 armored vehicles; 9097 artillery systems; 972 MLRS; 660 anti-aircraft warfare systems; 331 aircraft; 324 helicopters; 12103 military auto vehicles and fuel tanks; 23 military boats; 1 submarine; 7041 tactical UAVs; 1436 special military equipment; 1845 cruise missiles. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

10:05

In the last 24 hours, Russian troops attacked the Poltava, Chernihiv, Sumy, Zaporizhzhia, Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk, Donetsk, Mykolaiv, and Kherson regions. At least one citizen was killed, and ten more were injured. – Information from Regional Military Administrations

15:33

Currently, Russia has about 900 high-precision long-range missiles that can be used to attack Ukraine. – Yurii Ihnat, Spokesman for the Air Force Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces

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On May 22, 2024, Russian forces shelled the Shevchenkivskyi district in Kharkiv. At least ten people were injured, including a bus driver who was hospitalized.

Photo from Ihor Terekhov, Mayor of Kharkiv

A woman hugs a Ukrainian military veteran with amputation before a race at the annual running event Kyiv Unbroken Half Marathon. April 2024.

By Roman Pilipey for AFP Photo

Ukrainian soldiers are holding the defense line in the town of Toretsk, the Donetsk region, while fighting Russian forces back. May 2024.

By Serhii Korovayny for the Wall Street Journal

Ukrainians gather on Orthodox Easter outside the Church of the Ascension, which was destroyed during the Russian occupation in the spring of 2022, in the village of Lukashivka, the Chernihiv region. May 5, 2024.

By Roman Pilipey for AFP Photo

A 75-year-old Ukrainian Anatolii Staroselets was wounded by a Russian-guided air bomb attack on Derhachi. May 2, 2024, the Kharkiv region.

By Viacheslav Madiievskyi / Ukrinform

On May 2, 2024, Russia hit the “Nova Poshta” postal terminal in Odesa with missiles. Approximately 904 shipments worth ₴3 million were destroyed. The employees hid in the bomb shelter on time and were not harmed.

Photo from the “Nova Poshta” postal operator / Facebook

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