301 Articles Published
“It Took Several Days to Wash the Smell of the Cemetery off My Clothes”.
Polina Vernyhor’s Diary from the First Business Trip to Donbas
“On the Ninth Day, I Dug up the Body. I Took a Risk”.
How a Pensioner from Yampil Tried to Bury His Wife with Dignity despite the Shelling
Theater-Shelter. Did Those Who Hid in the Mariupol Drama Theater Have a Chance to Survive?
Zaborona and the Center for Spatial Technologies Investigation
“They put me in a basin with metal fragments and gave me an electric shock.”
The story of a single father from Hola Prystan, who was suspected of being a partisan
“Paradise in Kupyansk.” Civilian Corpses in the City Center and Five Shells in 5 Minutes.
Zaborona’s Report From the Almost De-occupied Kupyansk
Terrorist attack in Mariupol Drama Theater:
Prosecutor’s Office reveals first details of investigation
“The Occupiers Turned on the Song ‘Russians Are Coming’ and Started Mortar Shelling.”
the Story of the Defender of Mariupol Who Returned from Captivity
“Lots of Burials near Playgrounds: There Are Swings and a Row of Crosses.”
the Story of a Student Who Spent Three Months in Occupied Izyum
“The Bodies Are Burned in Landfills. These Are Either the Corpses of Russian Soldiers or Those Who Were Tortured.”
The Story of a Teacher from Occupied Kherson
“Tomorrow I Might Be Killed by a Missile.
I Don’t Want to Hide.” Two Stories of LGBT Soldiers Defending Ukraine
Bunker — Evacuation — Interrogation.
The Wife of the Defender of Mariupol Managed to Escape from Azovstal. Here Is Her Story
“He Was Lying There with Glassy Eyes. I Understood That He Died.
” Death from a Shell and Escape from Mariupol through the Eyes of One Family
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