Updated January 26, 2023 | 11:15PM MST
LIFE IN THE DESTROYED TOWN OF IRPIN SEEMS TO MOVE ON AS WAR STILL LINGERS IN THE EAST OF UKRAINE - WITH STEFAN HUIJBOOM
IRPIN, UKRAINE – In between apartment blocks, most of them newly built just some years ago, a burnout car stands in front of one of the apartment entrances. A woman, holding a large can of water, passes by and somewhat frustratingly starts shouting: ¨look, look around you, you see what those Russian orcs, those fascists, did here?!¨ It doesn´t take long to see what this desolate place had been through. Bullet holes leave scars on the apartment block for a fierce battle that was fought here in March 2022... Click Here for the Full Story
INSIDE KYIV: IN THE HEART OF THE CAPITAL, WAR SEEMS FAR AWAY, OR IS IT? WITH STEFAN HUIJBOOM
KYIV, UKRAINE – As the first snow of the year has slowly started to fall down on Ukraine´s capital just one day before the celebrations of Orthodox Christmas, the blasting sirens of the air raid alarm echoed throughout the city center. Walking on Kyiv´s main street – Khreshchatyk – the Ukrainian people are unbothered, however. Though the air alarm is blasting through the sky, a warning of potential missiles... Click Here for the Full Story
RUSSIA´S DEADLIEST MISSILE ATTACK KILLS 40 UKRAINIAN CIVILIANS IN DNIPRO
DNIPRO, UKRAINE – On Jan. 14th missiles shook up Ukraine as the air alarms sounded throughout the whole country. In the early morning, a missile hit an important piece of infrastructure in the city of Kyiv, with no civilian casualties. Later that Saturday the world was about shocked by what had happened in Dnipro, a city in the heart of Ukraine some 280 miles southeast of Ukraine´s capital. A Russian missile pierced through a residential building, killing at least 40 (those numbers now), multiple civilians missing, and 75 wounded... Click Here for the Full Story.