AllPhotos

Residents of Mykolaiv gathered the water from the river after the Russian rocket interrupted the water supply in the city. April 22. By Kostia Liberov
Residents of Mykolaiv gathered the water from the river after the Russian rocket interrupted the water supply in the city. April 22. By Kostia Liberov
A couple in the destroyed Mariupol. April 2022. By Mariupol city council
A couple in the destroyed Mariupol. April 2022. By Mariupol city council
After the Russian occupation, the woman from Makariv was left with only a barn with a cow. Now the cow helps her to earn money. April 21. By Artem Halkin
After the Russian occupation, the woman from Makariv was left with only a barn with a cow. Now the cow helps her to earn money. April 21. By Artem Halkin
Russian missiles hit residential buildings in Odesa. Eight people died, including a three-month-old baby. April 23. By Kostia Liberov
Russian missiles hit residential buildings in Odesa. Eight people died, including a three-month-old baby. April 23. By Kostia Liberov
Kids in Chernihiv were making chalk drawings on the walls while Russian troops bombed the ‘Ukraine’ hotel. April 27.
Kids in Chernihiv were making chalk drawings on the walls while Russian troops bombed the ‘Ukraine’ hotel. April 27.

By Natalia Azarkina

Leo Soto from Miami arrived in Ukraine and organized a “Wall of Memory” action in Lviv. The man printed photos of the dead people and decorated the memorial with artificial flowers. April 27.
Leo Soto from Miami arrived in Ukraine and organized a “Wall of Memory” action in Lviv. The man printed photos of the dead people and decorated the memorial with artificial flowers. April 27.

By Mykyta Pechenyk

10-year-old Milena walks among a pile of destroyed vehicles in Irpin. April 2022. By Timothy Fadek
10-year-old Milena walks among a pile of destroyed vehicles in Irpin. April 2022. By Timothy Fadek
The woman holds the most valuable things she managed to take out of Mariupol. April 2022. By AP
The woman holds the most valuable things she managed to take out of Mariupol. April 2022. By AP
10-year-old Vova at the funeral of his mother, Maryna, in Bucha. The woman died during the Russian occupation. April 2022. By Emilio Morenatti
10-year-old Vova at the funeral of his mother, Maryna, in Bucha. The woman died during the Russian occupation. April 2022. By Emilio Morenatti
More than 500 adults and children attended the “Easter together” event at the Ukrainian Catholic University. Usually, students organize a holiday in the southern and eastern regions, but they receive guests at home nowadays. April 24. By Olia Shakhnyk
More than 500 adults and children attended the “Easter together” event at the Ukrainian Catholic University. Usually, students organize a holiday in the southern and eastern regions, but they receive guests at home nowadays. April 24. By Olia Shakhnyk
10-year-old Emma from Uzhhorod plays the flute to raise money for the military. Her father defends Ukraine on the front line. April 18. By Serhii Hudak
10-year-old Emma from Uzhhorod plays the flute to raise money for the military. Her father defends Ukraine on the front line. April 18. By Serhii Hudak
Tetiana hugs her neighbor before burying her husband. Russian troops killed the man at Bucha. April 26.
Tetiana hugs her neighbor before burying her husband. Russian troops killed the man at Bucha. April 26.

By Emilio Morenatti

A boy near the city center at Mariupol. April 26.
A boy near the city center at Mariupol. April 26.

By Bohdan Kinashchuk

Oleksandr hugs his 2-years-old son at the Kyiv railway. They didn’t see each other for two months. April 2022. By Emilio Morenatti
Oleksandr hugs his 2-years-old son at the Kyiv railway. They didn’t see each other for two months. April 2022. By Emilio Morenatti
Vanya and his cat evacuated with their family from Mariupol. The boy’s mother says that the most awful was hearing the question, “Will I die, mom?” April 2022. By Donbas Frontliner
Vanya and his cat evacuated with their family from Mariupol. The boy’s mother says that the most awful was hearing the question, “Will I die, mom?” April 2022. By Donbas Frontliner
A woman carries an Easter basket in Zhytomyr. April 2022. By V’iacheslav Ratynskyi
A woman carries an Easter basket in Zhytomyr. April 2022. By V’iacheslav Ratynskyi
Ukrainian servicewomen with Easter baskets near Zaporizhzhіa. April 24. By Andriі Dubchak
Ukrainian servicewomen with Easter baskets near Zaporizhzhіa. April 24. By Andriі Dubchak
The fireman saves the books under the rubble in Chernihiv. April 22. By Emilio Morenatti
The fireman saves the books under the rubble in Chernihiv. April 22. By Emilio Morenatti
Consecration of Easter cakes for troops of the 128th Separate Mountain Assault Brigade, who fight against Russians in the Zaporizhzhia region. April 25, 2022. By Lynsey Aaddario
Consecration of Easter cakes for troops of the 128th Separate Mountain Assault Brigade, who fight against Russians in the Zaporizhzhia region. April 25, 2022. By Lynsey Aaddario
Ukrainian National Guardsman with paska — traditional Easter cake. April 2022. By Vova Neizvestnyi
Ukrainian National Guardsman with paska — traditional Easter cake. April 2022. By Vova Neizvestnyi

Russia's war crimes

Read More
LOOK
what Ukraine was like before the war Explore peaceful Ukraine