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Kharkiv=Аleppo?

Kharkiv=Аleppo?
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Yana Kosinova-Zhukovska

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The girl Santa Muerte "Past Future Today"

Pasha and I met in October 2020 in his  "place of strength" - on a yacht. Our common friend introduced us. We developed an easy and relaxed connection right away. A week later we started living together. And a month later we decided to get married. WE as a family happened even before we registered our relationship.
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Yana Yanenko

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Lullaby of life

- Written by Nadia Lytovchenko -
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Yana Kosinova-Zhukovska

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The city of Kharkiv during the war

The worst thing is to realize that we are actually surviving, and we don't know what will happen next.
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Lev Boiko

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Ukraine's Fountain of Exhaustion

photo by Paul Weiner
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Mark Hoffman

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Dreams

We like everyone else had the most important thing - life. We planned a lot for our future together, and in the evenings we would dream that all these plans had already come true. We worked hard and believed we still had a lot of time...
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Katerina Borisenko

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Victor for victory

Before the full-scale war, I worked as a QA engineer in IT for a company in the USA.
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Oksana Astapovych

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The "Godfather" of combat medics

Isn't it surprising that the military specialty "combat medic" (paramedic) appeared in Ukraine thanks to a person who had nothing to do with medicine? But war forces responsible people to look where they can be most useful. He found this field for himself, and as it turned out for many others – Yevhen Khrapko, a programmer by profession.
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Svitlana Glybytska

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I knew there would be a war…

I knew there would be a war. I definitely was not ready for what it is like...
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Yana Kosinova-Zhukovska

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Sail

- Written by Tribushna Victoria -
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Yana Kosinova-Zhukovska

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My Russian dad and 24.02.22

And the war took my dad? No, he is alive and well, thank God. Lives in Russia and knows for sure that Ukrainians attacked themselves, bombed their cities. Why? Because the Nazis. 
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Olena Skala Skaletska

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The Beginning, Chernigiv

I did not believe that Russia would attack us. Many talked a lot about this and had emergency suitcases, a plan in case prepared, but not me. I didn't believe. My name is Julia, 34 years old. I have a husband and children ages 2 and 5, before the war they were 1 year less. Parents, sister, and niece.
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Olha Zahoruiko

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We help to win

It's our brother's turn to defend his native land!
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Bogdan and Dmitry Girich

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Easter Time

In my childhood, my parents used to organize a celebration for my brothers and me on Easter. They hid different presents, such as toys and sweets for us, and we had to search for our gifts. Even though about eight years has passed since the first time, I still keep those little presents. This is one of my warmest memories from childhood. When we got older, we stopped that tradition. But we still paint Easter eggs and, in the morning, we go to church to canonize them. 
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Mariia Minieieva

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Why do people volunteer?

Having worked with many people since the early days of the full-scale invasion I wondered, how and why do people volunteer?
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Pavlo Kushtym

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Taira

The day before her capture, medic Yulia Paevska, Taira, provided Associated Press reports with unique footage of besieged Mariupol.
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Tetiana Larina