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President of Moldova Maia Sandu sings the flag of Irpin during her visit to Ukraine. June 27, 2022.

Photo from Oleksii Kuleba, the Head of Kyiv Regional State Administration

Rescuers and volunteers dismantle the debris at Kremenchuk’s shopping mall the whole night. June 27, 2022.

Photo from Dmytro Lunin, the Head of Poltava Regional State Administration

The Russians launched a missile strike on a crowded shopping mall in Kremenchuk. June 27, 2022.

Photo from Dmytro Lunin, the Head of Poltava Regional State Administration

Residents of Bakhmut show the damage of their houses after the Russian missile strikes. June 2022, the Donetsk region.

By Yefrem Lukatskyi

Residents of Bakhmut show the damage of their houses after the Russian missile strikes. June 2022, the Donetsk region.

By Yefrem Lukatskyi

Residents of Bakhmut show the damage of their houses after the Russian missile strikes. June 2022, the Donetsk region.

By Yefrem Lukatskyi

Rescuers dismantle the debris after a missile strike in Kyiv. June 26.

By Stanislav Yurchenko

Bogdan was injured after a missile strike in Kyiv, but continued to search for his dog in the neighboring area. June 26, 2022, Kyiv.

By Stanislav Yurchenko

A 7-years-old girl was injured after the Russian missile hit on a residential building in Kyiv. June 26, 2022.

By the State Emergency Service of Ukraine

A man made a children’s toy house from boxes of ammunition. He lives in the village of Novoselivka near Chernihiv, where about 700 people lived before the full-scale invasion, but the shelling destroyed almost all the buildings. June 2022.

By Getty

Maksym Burlaka celebrates International Yoga Day in Kharkiv. The man says he wanted to show the realities of Ukrainian life during the war, especially in the eastern regions. June 21, 2022.

By Stanislav Ostrous

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy declared the destroyed Irpin Bridge a memorial. American artist and volunteer Roberto Robbins opened there the art performance “Bucha Massacre”. 60 crosses as a part of an exhibition symbolize 60 exhumed bodies that a team of volunteers found in Bucha. June 2022.

By Mykhailo Palinchak

Ivanna Dymyd sings the last lullaby to her son. 27-years-old traveler Artem learned about the full-scale Russian invasion during his trip at the USA. He bought military equipment and came back home to fight for his country. June 21, 2022.

By Mariia Varanytska

Pyrotechnics clear Ukrainian fields from explosives. June 21, 2022.

Photo from the State Emergency Service of Ukraine

The shelled school blackboard in Kharkiv. The inscription “23rd of February. Classwork. The topic is the Black Sea” is still written here. June 2022.

By Pavlo Huk

Defenders with the singer and composer Khrystyna Panasiuk. The young woman travels to the frontline with her songs and the guitar since 2014. June 2022.

Photo from the Facebook page of the 93rd separate mechanized brigade “Cold Yar”

An American actor and a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR Ben Stiller visited Ukraine. He met children and their families in Lviv and then attended Irpin and Kyiv.

By Andrew McConnell

Hundreds of people came to say their last goodbye to Roman Ratushnyi. This young man firstly fought for the preservation of the local park from illegal construction, and then died in a fight for the independence of Ukraine. June 18, 2022, Kyiv.

By Vladyslav Musienko

Volodymyr Zelenskyy rewarded brave men and women, who fight for Ukraine at Mykolaiv and Odesa. June 18, 2022.

By the Presidential Office of Ukraine

Boris Johnson received a letter and a photo of 6-year-old Illia, who evacuated from Mariupol. There was a translation in English, but as it turned out on the train, Mr. Boris reads in Ukrainian. June 18, 2022.

By Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian Railways)

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