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DAVID PATRIKARAKOS, SVITLANA OSLAVSKA

DAILY MAIL

Sashko, 12, heard the words every Ukrainian dreads – 'you will go to filtration', a pathway to deportation, imprisonment or even DEATH

The heartrending story of one of the 19,000 victims of Putin's Child Snatchers.

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NATALIYA GUMENYUK, OLENA NIZHELSKA

NEW LINES MAGAZINE

Survivors detail how a Russian missile strike disrupted the evacuation of civilians from the Donetsk and Luhansk regions
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SIAN NORIS

THE LEAD

No stone unturned: the women investigating Russia's war crimes

From a Nobel laureate to young journalists, Ukrainian women are documenting Russia's war crimes in exhaustive, exhausting detail - aiming to set a new bar for holding perpetrators accountable. 

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NATALIYA GUMENYUK

FOREIGN AFFAIRS

War Makes the State

What the War in Ukraine Has Revealed About Effective Governance

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Kramatorsk railway station that suffered one of Russia’s bloodiest attacks of the war on Ukrainian civilians.

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JANINE DI JIOVANNI,

FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Russia’s Smoking Guns

How to Prove the Putin Regime’s War Crimes in Ukraine

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NATALIYA GUMENYUK,

VANITY FAIR

How Ukraine Viewed Russia’s
Aborted Coup

From Kyiv, a Ukrainian journalist assesses how the Prigozhin insurrection could impact Putin—and the ongoing war.

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ВІКТОРІЯ НОВІКОВА,

HROMADSKE

Викрадені кадети і
коледж-примара

У квітні 2022-го Херсонська державна морська академія евакуювалася до Одеси. У Херсоні ж росіяни розпочали власну вступну кампанію — до окупованого коледжу. Вдалося набрати близько 50 підлітків-херсонців. На початку жовтня 2022 року, перед самим контрнаступом ЗСУ, цих курсантів незаконно депортували до Криму

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NATALIYA GUMENYUK,

THE WASHINGTON POST

Ukrainians are rejoicing at victory — and awash in trauma and grief

Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive has liberated at least 3,400 square miles of territory, mostly in the northeast, and cut off Russian supply routes. But its real significance might go beyond the merely military. It has given hope to millions of Ukrainians.

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NATALIYA GUMENYUK,

THE THE NEW YORK TIMES

The World Now Has a Vision of Ukrainian Victory

The counteroffensive showed that the Ukrainian army is capable not just of defense but also of attack. This is a major change.

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SABRA AYRES AND NADIA BURDEI,

VANITY FAIR

Russia Attacked a Ukrainian Shopping Mall With a Missile. The War Hasn’t Been the Same Since

A year ago this week, an assault on a Kremenchuk mall was part of a series of air strikes targeting civilians. Ukraine's prosecutor general's office believes this could be ruled a crime against humanity. 

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СВІТЛАНА ОСЛАВСЬКА,

УКРАЇНСЬКА ПРАВДА

Мисливці на
рашистів

У Ягідному рік розслідують воєнні злочини Росії

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ВІКТОРІЯ НОВІКОВА,

УКРАЇНСЬКА ПРАВДА

Підліток відвертав увагу охоронця, щоб чоловік прослизнув повз

Анатолія Олександровича обманом вивезли з Маріуполя вглиб Росії. Його діти спланували операцію, щоб повернути батька.

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NATALIYA GUMENYUK,

THE GUARDIAN

Putin is mobilising 300,000 more soldiers to fight his war. But Ukrainians feel hope, not fear

Some 300,000 more families will start to feel the war personally. The move also confirms that Russia will be unable to defend territories it has occupied without more personnel.

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NATALIYA GUMENYUK,

THE GUARDIAN

Ukrainians are joyful as the Russian occupiers flee, but we must be wary of an ambush

In some places the enemy has abandoned positions, guns and even roubles. Elsewhere, resistance is fiercer.

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