Resistance pulses through Kyiv’s interconnected subcultures. As a full-scale Russian invasion threatens everything they’ve worked for, the movement is fighting back.
A group of Ukrainians living in Poland are helping Ukraine withstand Russia’s brutal invasion by buying supplies and shipping them directly to the war’s frontlines.
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So far, 11 million people have fled Ukraine. But what happens to the ordinary civilians who choose to stay behind?
In the second most shelled city in Ukraine, residents determined to stay in their city have been forced to shelter in cramped metro stations or risk their lives staying in residential buildings.
As the Russian invasion continues, people with disabilities and their families are facing even greater hurdles than most Ukrainians trying to reach safety.
The war in Ukraine has seen a massive outpouring of support from around the world. While heartening, it also raises questions around just how effective our current model of giving is.
People have been turning to the dating app to gather Russian intel and to spread awareness about the war.
With its new resettlement scheme, the government is outsourcing the responsibility for a humanitarian crisis.
Putin’s indiscriminate attacks have seen the bombardment of Ukrainian cities and residential buildings.
The threat of coordinated attacks from white supremacists have left some people escaping war fearing for their safety.
Tanya Tame describes the ordeal she’s faced trying to bring her family members fleeing war to the UK in the face of a draconian immigration system.