Special Report

Images From the Ukraine War This Week

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Three soldiers mourned in Lviv

Three Ukrainian servicemen, killed in separate incidents, await burial in flag-draped coffins.

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Refugees from Central Ukraine

Families fleeing Dnipro in central Ukraine arrive at the train station in Lviv. A poster for the region’s largest strip club forms an ironic backdrop.

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Fleeing Mariupol

Alena Pisarenko and her dog, Reisi, arrive in Lviv from the besieged city of Mariupol. Her mother says they are trying to get to Paris, where a relative lives.

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Helmets from Great Britain

Soldiers from the Royal Anglian Regiment sort and pack surplus ballistic helmets to be shipped to soldiers and emergency workers in Ukraine.

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Houses destroyed

Residents clear debris from destroyed houses in Boromlya, a town recently recaptured from the Russians.

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