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The reaction of foreign artists to the war started by Russia

Art is also a weapon. At a time when social networks are blocking “awkward” hashtags and posts with photos and videos, the works of artists are becoming significant evidence of everything that is really happening.

Ukraine’s IT industry helps hasten victory

For more than a month, Ukrainian IT companies have been re-focusing their efforts on issues unrelated to their work, while at the same time maintaining their strong position on the cyber front. Not only do they publish guidelines on how...

Chemical Weapons: A Guide for Individual Protection

Russia has publicly announced the use of chemical weapons in those Ukrainian cities that it cannot seize by military force. A warning about the possibility of such a scenario appeared in late March, when...

07/04 – 12/04. How Ukraine is resisting Russian occupation. Photo digest №8

Russia continues to commit war crimes and kill Ukrainian civilians by striking the Kramatorsk railway station — the central hub for migrants from Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Evidence of war crimes by the Russian occupiers continues to be recorded in...

How Ukraine’s Red Cross is helping during war

Tetyana has volunteered with the Red Cross of Ukraine for almost three years. The following is Tetyana’s personal story about the help she provided to civilians during Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine and an explanation of the difference between the...

Listen to the voice of Mariupol. Kyrylo

“Listen to the voice of Mariupol” is a series of stories of the people who have managed to evacuate from besieged Mariupol. We continue our conversation series with Kyrylo, who helped provide antiviral medicines to patients with HIV in dangerous...

What are Russian troops bombing?

Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Defense Ministry of the aggressor country has repeatedly denied the destruction of civilian infrastructure. Russia states that in Ukraine, they fire only at military facilities and do not launch any...

Money for scrap metal: Why did Russians squander 164 million pensions?

According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, in more than one month of active hostilities, Russia has lost 4,417 units of various equipment, as well as more than 17,000 troops. The Pentagon states that as of...

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