12/07 – 17/07. How Ukraine is resisting Russian occupation. Photo digest №24

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The number of victims of the R*ssian rocket attack on Chasiv Yar has increased to 48. Rescuers eliminate fires in the fields that started due to enemy shelling. Doctors of the Pokrovsky perinatal center, located near the war zone, receive pregnant women and women in labor.

July 12-13th in Ukraine.

13.07 Podniprovia and Zaporizhzhia

Photo: Evgeny Petlev

12.07 Prychornomoria
Rescuers are putting out a fire in a field that started due to the enemy shelling.

Photo: Kostiantyn & Vlada Liberovy

13.07 Pokrovsk, Slobozhanshchyna
A woman with a baby in a maternity hospital near the front line.

Photo: Marko Djurica

13.07 Chasiv Yar, Slobozhanshchyna
Rescuers are sorting through the rubble of a residential building destroyed by Russians on July 9.

Photo: George Ivanchenko

13.07 Hostomel, Polissia
Wreckage of the Mriya plane, destroyed by the occupiers at the end of February.

Photo: Yurii Stefanyak

12.07
A projectile stuck in the wall of a building in the south of Ukraine.

Photo: Mikhail Palinchak

12.07
An icon survived on the wall of a completely destroyed private house in the south of Ukraine.

Photo: Mikhail Palinchak

13.07 Slobozhanshchyna
Ukrainian fighters in a trench on the front line.

Photo: Sergiy Mykhalchuk

12.07
Aerial reconnaissance on the front line in the southern direction.

Photo: Yevhenii Zavhorodnii

12.07 Rome, Italy
The Ukrainian community in Italy, activists, and residents of the city honour the memory of Ukrainians who died in the war with Russia.

Photo: Kateryna Yegorova

July 14-15th in Ukraine

On 14th of July, Russian forces launched a missile attack on the city centre of Vinnytsia. As of 16th of July, 24 people were pronounced dead, among them — 3 children, around 80 people were sent to hospital. The emergency services continue to work at the scene. The two canadian students, who declared a hunger strike in response to the decision of the government of Canada to return the Russian turbine to Gazprom, continue their resistance. Ukrainian musicians support the Armed Forces servicemen, performing at the frontline.

15.07 Vinnytsia, Podillia

Photo by: Oleksandr Popenko

15.07 Ottawa, Canada
Ladislao Zaichka and Arseni Pivtorak who went on a hunger strike after the government of Canada announced their decision to give Germany the turbines for maintenance of the Nord Stream 1.

Photo: Arsenii Pivtorak

15.07 Vinnytsia, Podillia
Toys and flowers lay next to the place where the Russian terrorist attack on Vinnytsia took place.

Photo: Alexey Furman

14.07 Slobozhanshchyna
Ukrainian singer Sviatoslav Vakarchuk performs in front of the Ukrainian defenders near the frontline.

Photo: Facebook-page of the 93rd Independent Mechanised Brigade Kholodnyi Yar

15.07 Vinnytsia, Podillia
The emergency service worker at the scene of the Russian missile strike on Vinnytsia.

Photo: Pavlo Petrov

15.07 Vinnytsia, Podillia
The Peremohy square in Vinnytsia after a missile attack by Russia.

Photo: Yevhenii Zavhorodnii

14.07 Slobozhanshchyna
A Ukrainian defender gazes at the smoke that rises above the field after artillery strikes.

Photo: Facebook-page of the 93rd Independent Mechanised Brigade Kholodnyi Yar

15.07 Pokrovsk, Slobozhanshchyna
Protected by sandbags, these are the windows of the maternity hospital, located in a town near the frontline.

Photo: Marko Djurica

15.07
By walking from Kyiv to Zaporizhzhia, Evhen is trying to raise 1 million hryvnias (~$33K USD) in support of Ukraine’s Armed Forces and rebuilding the cities in Sivershchyna.

Photo: Yevhen Tselyk

15.07 Zaporizhzhia, Podniprovia and Zaporizhzhia
A girl at the Palianytsia volunteer centre holds a Ukrainian flag in her hands.

Photo: Elena Tita.

July 16-17th in Ukraine

In Vinnytsia, people mourn those who died due to the Russian missile strike. On the morning of July 16, Russian troops struck Odessa: a rocket hit a warehouse, and there were no victims. While the exhibits of Ukrainian museums have been evacuated to safer places, musical performances, master classes, and lectures for visitors are arranged on the museum premises.

17.07 Kyiv

Photo: Alexey Furman

17.07 Vinnytsia, Podillia
A boy looks at toys brought to the crime scene of the Russian Federation in Vinnytsia.

Photo: Julia Kochetova

17.07 Vinnytsia, Podillia
Soldiers near the Victory Square in Vinnytsia after the Russian missile strike.

Photo: Julia Kochetova

17.07 Vinnytsia, Podillia
The bride in her childhood home, destroyed as a result of a Russian missile strike.

Photo: Oleksandr Demianiv

17.07 Kharkiv, Slobozhanshchyna
A woman at the entrance to the basement of a multi-storey building, where she hides from Russian shelling every night.

Photo: Emile Ducke

16.07 Odesa, Prychornomoria
A woman on a bicycle rides past a cloud of smoke from a fire that broke out after a missile attack by the Russian Federation.

Photo: Oleksandr Gimanov

16.07 Odesa, Prychornomoria
Rescuers extinguishing a fire caused by enemy rocket strike.

Photo: Kostiantyn & Vlada Liberovy

17.07 Slobozhanshchyna
Ukrainian defenders in the eastern direction.

Photo: Sergiy Mykhalchuk

17.07 Kyiv
Yevhen Hromov’s concert at the Khanenko Museum. The exhibits were evacuated due to the threat of destruction during the war.

Photo: Yurii Stefanyak

17.07 Kyiv
Men ride bicycles past anti-tank hedgehogs.

Photo: Slava Ratynski

The material is prepared by

The author of the project:

Bogdan Logvynenko

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Photo editor:

Khrystyna Kulakovska

Editor:

Natalia Ponedilok

Photo editor:

Yurii Stefanyak

Content manager:

Kateryna Minkina

Translator:

Tonya Smyrnova

Dmytro Vaskovskyi