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March 29, 2023

Story #84. What Is It Like to Be a Paramedic at War?

The story of Kateryna Halushka. #UkraineWorldTestimony
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March 28, 2023

Story #83. A Cultural Community Center That Has Worked as a Humanitarian Hub

On February 24, 2022, the SHELTER+ center in Kryvyi Rih faced the terrifying challenge of the full-scale Russian invasion. #UkraineWorldTestimony
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March 27, 2023

Story #82. How Nikopol, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Lives During the War

The story of the head of the local humanitarian center. #UkraineWorldTestimony
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March 27, 2023

How Ukrainian Women Fight for Ukraine’s Independence

Fighting for their country has united Ukrainian women of different experiences and backgrounds.
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March 26, 2023

Story #81. How Russia Held its Pseudo-Referendum in Kherson

Local resident Victoria Kirilova, who remained in the city during the entire occupation, calls the pseudo-referendum a "5-day show." #UkraineWorldTestimony
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March 24, 2023

Story #80. A Vet Who Became a Soldier

The story of Oleksiy Prytula, who was seriously injured in the war. #UkraineWorldTestimony
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March 21, 2023

Story #79. What the Russian Invaders Took from Khersonians by Occupying the City

Viktoria Kirilova, a local resident of Kherson and the owner of a podiatry clinic spoke about what happened in the city after the arrival of the Russian occupiers....
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March 20, 2023

Story #78. Evacuation, Returning Home and Evacuation Again

The story of Kateryna Markova from Zaporizhzhya, who evacuated from her hometown with her little son. #UkraineWorldTestimony
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March 19, 2023

Story #77. Evacuation at the Risk of Being Killed

The story of Myroslava Svistovych, who left occupied Irpin with her daughter #UkraineWorldTestimony
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March 15, 2023

Story #76. Life During the Siege of Mariupol

The story of Maryna Holovnova, who managed to evacuate from Mariupol. #UkraineWorldTestimony