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Ukrainian graduate from Chernihiv. The girl agreed to make photos for an album with her classmates at the ruins of the city. June 2022.
Ukrainian graduate from Chernihiv. The girl agreed to make photos for an album with her classmates at the ruins of the city. June 2022.

By Stanislav Senyk

“War cows” at Chernihiv fields. April 2022.
“War cows” at Chernihiv fields. April 2022.

By Ilay Tyler

19-years-old Danylo in a rehabilitation center in the west of Ukraine. The young serviceman returned after 46 days in Russian captivity, where he lost both feet, left hand, and fingers on the right hand. But his main goal was to survive — and he did it. June 2022.
19-years-old Danylo in a rehabilitation center in the west of Ukraine. The young serviceman returned after 46 days in Russian captivity, where he lost both feet, left hand, and fingers on the right hand. But his main goal was to survive — and he did it. June 2022.

By Philippe de Poulpiquet

Ukrainian civilian woman with an icon of the saints. She tries to save herself during artillery duel between Ukrainian and Russian armies at Lysychansk. June 11, 2022.
Ukrainian civilian woman with an icon of the saints. She tries to save herself during artillery duel between Ukrainian and Russian armies at Lysychansk. June 11, 2022.

By Aris Messinis

Ukrainian soldiers help the civilian woman to evacuate from the city. Here the artillery duel with the Russian army just happened. June 11, 2022, Lysychansk.
Ukrainian soldiers help the civilian woman to evacuate from the city. Here the artillery duel with the Russian army just happened. June 11, 2022, Lysychansk.

By Aris Messinis

Kid’s security is the top priority in Kyiv. Kindergartens can resume work only with their own bomb shelter or a public shelter within walking distance. June 2022.
Kid’s security is the top priority in Kyiv. Kindergartens can resume work only with their own bomb shelter or a public shelter within walking distance. June 2022.

By Kyiv City State Administration

The Ukrainian militaries are in rehab after being injured. Lviv. June 2022.
The Ukrainian militaries are in rehab after being injured. Lviv. June 2022.

By Oleksander Khomenko

Residents of Sloviansk pour water from a street tap. The city’s water supply has been cut off due to Russian shelling, and residents will have enough drinking water for no more than 15 days.
Residents of Sloviansk pour water from a street tap. The city’s water supply has been cut off due to Russian shelling, and residents will have enough drinking water for no more than 15 days.

By Serhii Korovainyi

People are leaving Sloviansk, where the frontline is nowadays. June 2022.
People are leaving Sloviansk, where the frontline is nowadays. June 2022.

By Serhii Korovainyi

Graduate Valeriia, dressed in a prom dress, stands near her school in Kharkiv. To be exact, near the ruins of her school, destroyed by the Russians. June 2022.
Graduate Valeriia, dressed in a prom dress, stands near her school in Kharkiv. To be exact, near the ruins of her school, destroyed by the Russians. June 2022.

By Valeriia’s mother

A girl on the scooter in the yard of a fired house in Irpin. June 5, 2022.
A girl on the scooter in the yard of a fired house in Irpin. June 5, 2022.

By Nataliia Pysarenko

Ukrainian soldiers sleep in trenches. They should be at home with their families now. Instead, they are fighting for freedom and democracy. June 2022.
Ukrainian soldiers sleep in trenches. They should be at home with their families now. Instead, they are fighting for freedom and democracy. June 2022.

By Leonid Ostaltsev

Residents of destroyed house carry the survived things. June 5, Hostomel.
Residents of destroyed house carry the survived things. June 5, Hostomel.

By Yurii Stefaniak

Kyiv residents woke up from a missile strike by Russian troops on Sunday morning. Occupiers hit Darnytsia Railway Car Repair Plant — one building was destroyed and several structures were damaged. June 5, 2022.
Kyiv residents woke up from a missile strike by Russian troops on Sunday morning. Occupiers hit Darnytsia Railway Car Repair Plant — one building was destroyed and several structures were damaged. June 5, 2022.

By Serhii Volohzhanynov

President Volodymyr Zelenskyi attends the Zaporizhzhia region. Also, he traveled to Lysychansk, where active fighting started at the beginning of the Russian full-scale invasion. June 5.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyi attends the Zaporizhzhia region. Also, he traveled to Lysychansk, where active fighting started at the beginning of the Russian full-scale invasion. June 5.

By Presidential Press Service

Druzhkivka’s residents try to clean up the city after a Russian missile attack at night. June 5.
Druzhkivka’s residents try to clean up the city after a Russian missile attack at night. June 5.

By Ivor Prickett

Servicewomen meet with Ukrainians in a de-occupied village. June 3, Kutuzivka, the Kharkiv region.
Servicewomen meet with Ukrainians in a de-occupied village. June 3, Kutuzivka, the Kharkiv region.

By Serhii Korovainyi

A kid looks through the window of the evacuation bus. June 3, Pokrovsk, the Donetsk region.
A kid looks through the window of the evacuation bus. June 3, Pokrovsk, the Donetsk region.

By Serhii Korovainyi

Oleksandr with his dogs Kuzma and Rusalka survived the occupation of Irpin. June 1.
Oleksandr with his dogs Kuzma and Rusalka survived the occupation of Irpin. June 1.

By Serhii Illiashenko

A toy instead of a little passenger who could travel to Lviv but died because of the war. Residents of the western city organized such a performance to honor the memory of 243 Ukrainian children — victims of  full-scale Russia’s aggression. June 1.
A toy instead of a little passenger who could travel to Lviv but died because of the war. Residents of the western city organized such a performance to honor the memory of 243 Ukrainian children — victims of full-scale Russia’s aggression. June 1.

By Yurii Diachyshyn

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