A nighttime bombing
At least 6 dead
So much has been destroyed
Save what you can
Vulnerable
Many schools destroyed
As comfortable as possible
Women and children
Many children remain
Lucky to be alive
Donations
Get ready
On guard
Fight or flee
Get out while you can
Moving in on the capital
Life has changed so quickly for so many
Some must simply hunker down
Between 2000-4000 Ukrainian soldiers have lost their lives
Almost 3 million refugees and counting
Women's Day during war
Ready for attack
Defense ready
Homes destroyed
All that's left
Keep calm and train
Give what you can
Attack on Irpin
Bombed on the escape route
Three died
Bridge bombed
Barricades
Long shifts
Glory to Ukraine
Molotov chess
Many hands make light work
Relentless attacks
Destruction in Kyiv
The road to Kyiv
Setbacks for Russia
Bombings increased
Fighting in the street
Kyiv - like a ghost town
Stocking up
Not all civilians have the privilege of fleeing
In the basement
The death toll rises each day
Innocent victims
Kyiv must be protected
Using what they've got
Ukraine soldiers increase security measure in Kyiv
Negotiations and the threat of nuclear war
Will Putin relent?
Volunteers
Molotov cocktails
The bombs keep falling
Attack on civilians
Putin defies Western warnings
The skyline in Kyiv
A very long night in Kyiv
Refugees
On the run
Mass exodus to Poland
Blood donation for soldiers
Defending Kyiv
The first victims
Civilians killed and injured
137 killed in 24 hours
300 wounded in 24 hours
Bombings in Chuguiv
Emergency services at work
Bombs in the road
Homes destroyed
Rockets in Kyiv
Damage in the capital
The sad sound of air raid sirens
Various objectives
Traffic jams to escape from Kyiv
Desperate to get out
Donetsk, Donbass: a contested region
Russia entered Ukraine
Ukrainian soldiers ready to fight
Maneuvers in the dark
What can you expect?
A country in turmoil
Scenes from life with a war unleashed
Search for a safe place
Trying to find safety
On the run
The cost of war
Europe is on edge
No slowing down
Unstoppable
More weapons on the way
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A nighttime bombing

It seems as if Russia's attack on Ukraine by land has slowed, but the threat from the skies remains a serious concern. Pictured is all that remains of the Retroville shopping center outside Kyiv on March 21 following a nighttime bombing.

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At least 6 dead

Here we see firefighters standing on a destroyed armored military vehicle at the Retroville shopping center. According to an AFP journalist, at least six people were killed by the bombing, but rescue workers expect to find more victims in the wreckage.

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So much has been destroyed

When Putin began this war, he indicated that he would not be going after civilians. However, the state of Ukrainian homes, schools, and hospitals tell a different story. Pictured a home in Kharkiv, Ukraine, damaged by a Russian rocket on March 20.

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Save what you can

An elderly gentleman looks through his belongings in his destroyed apartment at a residential apartment complex that was heavily damaged by a Russian attack on March 18 in Kyiv.

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Vulnerable

A maternity hospital in Zhytomyr was damaged on March 20 by a Russian attack. Here we see a mother tending to her newborn child while taking shelter in the hospital's basement.

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Many schools destroyed

Many schools and hospitals have been the target of Russian bombs. Here we see a school in Zhytomyr destroyed by a Russian attack ten days ago.

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As comfortable as possible

Despite an estimated half of Kyiv's population fleeing, many still remain. Here we see a woman and her daughter who've made themselves as comfortable as possible in the metro station in Kyiv on March 18.

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Women and children

With over two million refugees having fled Ukraine due to the war, it is surprising to see that there are still plenty of women and children who remain. Pictured: local residents in Kyiv on March 20.

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Many children remain

Here we see a Ukrainian woman and her young child in a Red Cross tent in the residential area, which was under shellfire on March 20 in Kyiv.

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Lucky to be alive

Vova, who is 13, can no longer leave Kyiv as planned. The youngster was shot in the face by Russian soldiers while trying to escape the city on February 26. Vova is lucky to be alive; his father and cousin, who were also fleeing, died from their injuries.

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Donations

Food is becoming an issue for those that remain in Ukraine. Here we see volunteers in Kyiv preparing food packages for those who remain in the city. The food comes from donations from countries across Europe.

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Get ready

While Russia seems to have slowed down on land, the members of a Territorial Defense unit took advantage of the lull and built a bunker at a defensive position on the outskirts of Kyiv on March 17, in Kyiv.

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On guard

While some are busy building, other members of a Territorial Defense unit guard a defensive position on the outskirts of Kyiv.

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Fight or flee

It has almost been a month since Russia began its attack on Ukraine. Many days of blood, sweat, and tears as the people of Ukraine either try to flee to safety or fight to save their country.
Pictured: A Ukrainian soldier hugs his wife in the city of Irpin, north of Kyiv, on March 10.

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Get out while you can

As Russia began to close in on the capital city of Ukraine, Kyiv. As a result, evacuation efforts in the area intensified as the bombings increased. Here we see residents of Irpin, north of Kyiv, fleeing the city.

 

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Moving in on the capital

On March 10, Russian forces rolled their armored vehicles up to the northeastern edge of Kyiv as they attempt to encircle the capital. Here we see a small child surrounded by Ukrainian soldiers as she waits to be evacuated in Irpin.

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Life has changed so quickly for so many

Here we see residents walk past a body as they flee their hometown of Irpin.

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Some must simply hunker down

While most fled the city of Irpin en masse, for others, getting out isn't so easy. Here we see an elderly resident of the city in a basement shelter on March 10.

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Between 2000-4000 Ukrainian soldiers have lost their lives

According to CBS News, a US official in Ukraine has stated that between 2,000-4,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed so far. Here we see a funeral service for two Ukrainian soldiers on March 8. Victor, age 44, and Ivan, age 25, recently died defending their country and were laid to rest at the Lychakiv cemetery.

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Almost 3 million refugees and counting

The Polish village of Medyka welcomes hundreds of separated families fleeing Ukraine on March 8, 2022. The number of refugees fleeing Ukraine grows every day. Nearly 3 million have fled the country in the short time since the war started.

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Women's Day during war

Despite being in the middle of a war, Boris Filatov, mayor of Dnipro, gave flowers to the women and girls of the volunteer center in celebration of International Women's Day.

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Ready for attack

In honor of Women's Day, graffiti was painted on the wall on which sandbags are piled to protect civilian and military facilities in Odesa in preparation for more Russian attacks.

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Defense ready

In an attempt to protect the city, defense crosses were placed in Dnipro, Ukraine.

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Homes destroyed

Putin's army openly bombs residential areas, homes, schools, and hospitals.

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All that's left

Pictured: a damaged home after shelling in the pro-Russian separatists-controlled Donetsk, Ukraine.

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Keep calm and train

Despite all the horror they have witnessed, the Ukrainians are not giving up. Here we see volunteers attending first aid training in an underground room in Lviv.

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Give what you can

Members of the territorial defense units donate blood at a blood drive in Kyiv.

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Attack on Irpin

On March 6th in Irpin, a town near Kyiv, fighting between Russian and Ukrainian troops was intense. Here we see families trying to flee the city and run to the checkpoint in Kyiv.

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Bombed on the escape route

Civilians traveled by foot from Irpin to Kyiv when Russian mortar shells fell directly on the escape route between the two cities.

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Three died

A Russian projectile killed three civilians on the main road, and others were injured. With the help of Ukrainian soldiers, those who could crossed the bombed bridge to Kyiv.

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Bridge bombed

According to ABC, Ukrainian forces destroyed this bridge between Irpin and Kyiv to slow the Russian advance into Kyiv.

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Barricades

Members of the territorial defense army erected barricades to slow down the Russian invasion as much as possible.

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Long shifts

According to a Ukrainian officer in the New York Times, they have the advantage of "fighting differently from the Russians. The troops under his command are organized into small, agile units that can stalk and ambush the unwieldy columns of Russian tanks."

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Glory to Ukraine

A young soldier stands guard. On the barricade is written: 'Glory to Ukraine.'

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Molotov chess

An iconic image of the Ukrainian units: Soldiers play a game of chess in the dark of the evening. The chess pieces are bottles for Molotov cocktails.

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Many hands make light work

Women gather to make camouflage products for the Ukrainian forces like these nets.

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Relentless attacks

Russian troops launched an offensive over Kharkiv (pictured), the country's second-largest city. They also captured the port city of Kherson, near Crimea, with more than 280,000 inhabitants.

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Destruction in Kyiv

If the conflict continues, the total number of Ukrainian refugees could reach four million. They are people who lived in buildings like these, in a suburb of Kyiv.

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The road to Kyiv

In March this image was shared around the world. It shows an enormous Russian armored convoy advancing by road on its way to Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.

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Setbacks for Russia

However, several media outlets, such as the New York Times, report that the Russian invasion is not going so smoothly. Troops face food and fuel shortages, which have fueled discontent among the ranks and forced some soldiers to surrender.

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Bombings increased

As the armored vehicles advanced, the bombing raids increased in other areas of Ukraine. In Belarus, the two sides have tried to negotiate, but no diplomatic end has yet been found to the fighting.

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Fighting in the street

Although there have been several bombings and street fighting in Kyiv, the city expects a larger incursion by Russian forces.

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Kyiv - like a ghost town

A street during a break in curfew in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Fear of bombs and an imminent assault emptied the sidewalks.


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Stocking up

Although the streets were void of people, the supermarkets in Kyiv on March 1, 2022, were packed full of residents hoping to restock their pantries.

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Not all civilians have the privilege of fleeing

The poor and the sick cannot simply pick up and leave. Many are stuck in dangerous situation in Ukraine. Pictured: a child being treated for cancer rests in the bomb shelter of the Oncology ward at Okhmatdyt Children's Hospital in Kyiv.

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In the basement

The "bomb shelter" at the children's hospital in Kyiv is, in fact, simply the hospital's basement. Not ideal conditions for children in a delicate state of health.

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The death toll rises each day

The United Nations estimates that the death toll for civilians in Ukraine is at around 900 individuals. However, the Ukrainian government claims it may be as high as 3000.

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Innocent victims

Of those who have lost their lives, at many were minors, and many, many more children have been injured due to Russia's attack.

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Kyiv must be protected

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said the priority is to protect Kyiv. Here we see members of a Ukrainian civil defense unit pass new assault rifles to the opposite side of a blown up bridge on Kyiv's northern front on March 1, 2022.

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Using what they've got

Piles of sand block can be see blocking roads in Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. Anything goes to slow down the attack of the Russians.

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Ukraine soldiers increase security measure in Kyiv

Monday, February 28, 2022: the Russians advanced but did not take Kyiv, they continued to drop bombs sporadically on the capital, and there was talk of fighting in the streets, as the Ukrainians fiercely resist.

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Negotiations and the threat of nuclear war

The European Union increased its economic sanctions, and NATO is making moves around Ukraine. Meanwhile, Putin put his nuclear forces on high alert and called for negotiation with Ukraine in Belarus. Kyiv (in the image) continues to resist under the constant wail of air-raid sirens.

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Will Putin relent?

While the population suffers from the war, the world waits to see if Putin and Zelenskiy will be able to come to an agreement to end the conflict.  Pictured: Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov arrives to attend the talks between delegations from Ukraine and Russia in Belarus' Gomel region on February 28, 2022.

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Volunteers

The active participation of Ukrainian civilians in the struggle has caused quite a stir in the international media. Volunteers in Kyiv and other cities have taken up arms to fight with the army.

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Molotov cocktails

Many citizens know how to make an effective Molotov cocktail.

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The bombs keep falling

Despite Putin's claims he would only attack military bases, many residential buildings have been bombed in Ukraine. Here we see the aftermath of a bombing in Kyiv on February 26.

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Attack on civilians

This is the result of the Russian shelling of a flat in a Kyiv suburb on February 25.

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Putin defies Western warnings

Putin has continued to defy warning from Western leaders and Russian attack on Ukraine doesn't appear to be slowing down. Pictured: a police officer guards a bombed out residential building in a suburb of Kyiv.

 

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The skyline in Kyiv

On the second day of the Russian attack on Ukraine,  Russian tanks were filmed entering the capital city, and overnight, it was hit by airstrikes.

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A very long night in Kyiv

Residents of Kyiv who had not yet managed to flee were forced to spend the night in bomb shelters as the conflict reached the captial city in the early hours of February 25.

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Refugees

People walk with their belongings at the Astely-Beregsurany border crossing as they flee Ukraine on February 25, 2022 in Beregsurany, Hungary.

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On the run

Long queues formed at the Hungarian-Ukrainian border crossings.

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Mass exodus to Poland

Many Ukraines have chosen to escape to Polond. Here we see passengers rest on camp beds in a temporary shelter inside a building of the railway station after arriving on a train from Kiev in Ukraine to Przemysl, Poland on February 25, 2022.

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Blood donation for soldiers

In the western Ukrainian city of Lviv citizens line up to donate blood for the army at the Blood Service centre on February 25.

 

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Defending Kyiv

Ukrainian forces of Territorial Defense hold their positions during the fight with Russian saboteurs in Kyiv, Ukraine, February 25, 2022.

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The first victims

An Ukrainian military medic approaches the bodies that were shot during a skirmish in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on February 25, 2022.

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Civilians killed and injured

Russia's military operation began on February 24, 2022 at six o'clock in the morning. Pictured: a man mourns near a body, a victim of the Russian airstrike on an apartment complex outside of Kharkiv, Ukraine.

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137 killed in 24 hours

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said 137 civilians and military personnel were killed in the first 24hrs of the Russian invasion of his country.

Photo credit: Ukraine Presidencial handout

 

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300 wounded in 24 hours

In a video address released early on February 25, the Ukrainian president said more than 300 people were injured in less than 24 hours of fighting.

In the picture, Andrii Bolbat, a miner from the Donetsk region, shows a minor injury after a Russian attack.

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Bombings in Chuguiv

Pictured: a building hit by Russian bombs in Chuguiv on February 24, 2022 by Russian armed forces.

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Emergency services at work

Here we see firefighters inside a bombed building in Chuguiv fighting flames in attempt to save the building and prevent the fire from spreading.

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Bombs in the road

Here we see a rocket that is embedded in a road after shelling by Russian troops of a residential area in Piatykhatky, Kharkiv, northeastern Ukraine.

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Homes destroyed

Residentials buildings have been damaged by the Russian shelling of the Piatykhatky area in Kharkiv, northeastern Ukraine.

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Rockets in Kyiv

Reports of bombings in the capital Kyiv began on the first day of conflict on February 24, 2022. In this photo, a bomb is being cleaned up in a Kyiv neighborhood while onlookers take pictures of the Russian rocket.

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Damage in the capital

This photo shows the damage from a bombing raid in the Ukrainian capital around midday on February 24. Nothing is yet known about the number of casualties in Kyiv.

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The sad sound of air raid sirens

Air raid sirens rang out in downtown Kyiv as cities across Ukraine were hit with what Ukrainian officials said were Russian missile strikes and artillery.

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Various objectives

Residents in Kyiv take shelter in a bomb shelter in the city and follow the news on their mobile phones.

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"No panic"

On February 24, 2022, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky declared martial law. His words were: "Stay at home if you can. We are working. The Army is working. The whole sector of defence and security is working. No panic. We are strong. We are ready for everything. We will win over everybody because we are Ukraine."

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Traffic jams to escape from Kyiv

The city of Kyiv was a scene of mass escape. Traffic jams at the city's exits as citizens flee to a safer place.

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Desperate to get out

Here we see vehicles in Kramatorsk, located in Donetsk oblast, Donbass region, in a long line waiting to gas up.

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Donetsk, Donbass: a contested region

The Donbass was occupied by pro-Russian separatists who declared the region's independence from Ukraine with the support of President Putin.

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Russia entered Ukraine

Trucks and other Russian military elements advanced through Ukrainian territory, as seen in the image.

 

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Ukrainian soldiers ready to fight

Ukrainian troops, which had been deployed on Ukraine's borders for weeks had to spring into action.

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Maneuvers in the dark

The night was the time for preparations until the final attack was ordered at six in the morning (Moscow time). Here we see Russian military tanks and armored vehicles advance in Donetsk, Ukraine.

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What can you expect?

A war is something unpredictable. US President Joe Biden has spoken of "catastrophic consequences."

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A country in turmoil

Ukraine is a country under attack, and the streets are filled with movement: of troops or, as seen in the image, of civilians looking for what they think may be a safe place.

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Scenes from life with a war unleashed

A picture from Kyiv of citizens queuing to get money from an ATM after the initial attacks.

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Search for a safe place

Many residents of Kyiv quickly began to look for a way out of the city.

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Trying to find safety

The capital of Ukraine is undoubtedly a target of the Russian invasion. Pictured: a train station in Kyiv is packed as people try to flee the city.

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On the run

Families packed everything they could carry.

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The cost of war

In the first hour of the declaration of war, the stock markets took a beating. The price of gas and other fuels skyrocketed and there was a lot of activity in the foreign ministries.

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Europe is on edge

Here we see the German Foreign Ministry officials in Berlin entering a meeting to discuss the Russian attack.

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No slowing down

And it doesn't appear that Putin has plans on slowing the attack on Ukraine any time soon. Here we see a Russian military system as it approaches the Chongar checkpoint on the Ukrainian border.

 

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Unstoppable

The Russian army, at least according to the chronicles of the first hours, advanced through Ukrainian territory in an unstoppable way. Some analysts say that Putin wants to force Zelensky to sign some kind of agreement that would, de facto, turn Ukraine into a Russian-controlled area.

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More weapons on the way

Russian army military vehicles are seen in Armyansk, Crimea, on February 25, 2022.

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