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Art in wartime

When the war started, my family and I went to Germany leaving a happy past in our native Kyiv. My twin sister left Ukraine too. Now she and I live in different countries. We learned different languages, had to look out for ourselves. 
Article written by Anna Dziubynska

Denazification and demilitarization, Russian style

This is what denazification, demilitarization, denationalization, and protection of the Russian-speaking population looks like, Russian style.

08/07/2024 Kyiv. 
Ohmatdyt Children's hospital.
Our days. Now in Ukraine. Happening in the eastern part of Europe. And next...
Article written by Yana Kosinova-Zhukovska

Eight torture chambers in 21 months — the captivity of Roman Kryvulia

The war in Ukraine has brought many human tragedies, one of them is the story of Roman Kryvulia. Roman, an armed forces technician stationed at a communications hub and former ATO (Anti-Terrorist Operation) soldier, spent almost two years in Russian captivity suffering inhuman torture and intimidation.
Article written by Ilona Batulina

The moment you forget to breathe

Message in the Telegram channel: A series of explosions are heard in Kharkiv. At this moment, you stop breathing and wait for endless minutes for the next message with a photo to understand where it hit this time.
Article written by I am Ukrainian

Echoes of Atrocity: A WAR-TORN Childhood

"Echoes of Atrocity: A WAR-TORN Childhood" is a compelling documentary revealing russia's war crimes against innocent Ukrainian children. 
Article written by I am Ukrainian

Interrogated by the Russians ‘That game was over’

Paul Hughs, a farmer and former serviceman from Canada, together with his son, have created a volunteer NGO in Ukraine, HUGS (Helping Ukraine grassroots support) — they left their home and came to help with the war effort and humanitarian initiatives.
Article written by Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group

Closed Eyes

The bloody war launched by Russia against Ukraine has caused massive destruction – ruined homes, lost prosperity, shattered dreams. However, the most painful tragedy of this fierce aggression is the mass deaths of civilians who paid for the right to be Ukrainians. 
Article written by Babyn Yar - The First The Last

Le Minibus

The presenter and avid traveler wanted so much to shoot a travel project about our country that she raffled off her own car on social networks, bought a yellow "Bohdan" minibus and set off. This legendary passenger bus is used by millions of Ukrainians on our roads....
Article written by Lesia Nikituk