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Oleksander Krolikowski: “Inside the refrigerator truck, we had to walk over human bodies. And we apologized to the dead for this”
Oleksander Krolikowski: “Inside the refrigerator truck, we had to walk over human bodies. And we apologized to the dead for this”
Оlexander Krolikowski
Donetsk
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 Photojournalist Yevhen Maloletka: “We have never seen such a massive use of artillery anywhere as in Mariupol”
Photojournalist Yevhen Maloletka: “We have never seen such a massive use of artillery anywhere as in Mariupol”
Evgeny Maloletka
Mariupol
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“Half-alive people were seen under the rubble of the Drama Theatre. We survived by miracle”
“Half-alive people were seen under the rubble of the Drama Theatre. We survived by miracle”
Elizabeth
Mariupol
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"When in captivity, I was just being killed. I was mixed with the ground…"
"When in captivity, I was just being killed. I was mixed with the ground…"
Oleg Moskalenko
Severinovka (Kyiv region)
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"All the residents of our 10-storey building recited one and the same prayer at the same time. May be that is why we survived in that hell"
"All the residents of our 10-storey building recited one and the same prayer at the same time. May be that is why we survived in that hell"
Nikolay Osychenko
Mariupol
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Pictures with "souls" of perished Ukrainians: Olga Wilson Art Memorial
Pictures with "souls" of perished Ukrainians: Olga Wilson Art Memorial
Olga Wilson
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“Wounded people at Azovstal are rotting alive”
“Wounded people at Azovstal are rotting alive”
Serhiy Olegovich Kuzmenko
Mariupol
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"I asked God for an easy death…."
"I asked God for an easy death…."
Mariya Vdovychenko
Mariupol
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“I do not know how we managed to escape from captivity. This is just a miracle”
“I do not know how we managed to escape from captivity. This is just a miracle”
Elena Perkova
Mariupol
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Art diary of war: "I have nowhere else to live"
Art diary of war: "I have nowhere else to live"
Julia Tveritina
Kyiv
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"I was crying, “Serhiy!” not realizing that I was crying into the open sky instead of our flat!"
"I was crying, “Serhiy!” not realizing that I was crying into the open sky instead of our flat!"
Nadezhda Shkolnaya-Voloshinova
Mariupol
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War diary: “There is no hope for the corridor from Mariupol and our task is to survive in this hell”
War diary: “There is no hope for the corridor from Mariupol and our task is to survive in this hell”
Alina Chubarova
Mariupol
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The war diary: “I failed to get my own mother out of that hell – this is my biggest pain…"
The war diary: “I failed to get my own mother out of that hell – this is my biggest pain…"
Irina Gusak
Mariupol
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Diary of the War: "Perhaps this is what the moment of the absolute end of the world looks like"
Diary of the War: "Perhaps this is what the moment of the absolute end of the world looks like"
Larisa Mudrak
Krasnoe
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"Everyone knew that there were children in the drama theatre. It’s a miracle that we managed to remain alive there"
"Everyone knew that there were children in the drama theatre. It’s a miracle that we managed to remain alive there"
Victoria Dubovitskaya
Mariupol
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"Art diary from Mariupol: “I am torn to pieces when I see how my city is razed to the ground"
"Art diary from Mariupol: “I am torn to pieces when I see how my city is razed to the ground"
Anastasia Ponomareva
Mariupol
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"I won’t forgive them for my praying mother sitting on an apple cart!"
"I won’t forgive them for my praying mother sitting on an apple cart!"
Sergey Sotnichenko
Irpin
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“Recording of a video diary helped me to hold it out in Mariupol”
“Recording of a video diary helped me to hold it out in Mariupol”
Alena Zagreba
Mariupol
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"The worst thing all these days was waiting for death, understanding of its inevitability"
"The worst thing all these days was waiting for death, understanding of its inevitability"
Yevgeniya Bobrik
Bucha
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"My children were lying on the asphalt road. They were dead…"
"My children were lying on the asphalt road. They were dead…"
Serhiy Perebyinis
Irpin
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"Twenty-one days under the occupation changed my family’s life forever"
"Twenty-one days under the occupation changed my family’s life forever"
Sergey Ristenko
Novyj-Bykov
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"The main thing is that our child does not see that we are scared"
"The main thing is that our child does not see that we are scared"
Yuliya Minshakirova
Vorzel
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"In Mariupol, a wounded woman asked to give her some poison. There was no one to take her to the hospital"
"In Mariupol, a wounded woman asked to give her some poison. There was no one to take her to the hospital"
Kristina Dzholos
Mariupol
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"Milanka won't be able to dance any more… she lost a leg"
"Milanka won't be able to dance any more… she lost a leg"
Olha Abdurashytova
Mariupol
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"I held my sister's head in the basement, and there was blood on my hands"
"I held my sister's head in the basement, and there was blood on my hands"
Kateryna Kompaniiets
Hrodivka
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"Granddaughter says, "Grandma, what is this war for? I hate it! Mother was killed"
"Granddaughter says, "Grandma, what is this war for? I hate it! Mother was killed"
Valentyna Andriivna Kunina
Mariupol
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