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A topless demonstrator speaks to the media during the rally. Surrounded by an army of male photographers, male bystanders, and random men curiously filming with their cell phones, a group of 40 women conducted a protest called "Free the Titties" on a sunny Sunday to fight for gender equality. According to the event organizer, Alice Lacroix, the rally was created in response to a poor interaction of Éloÿse Paquet Poisson with the police, who asked her to cover her exposed breasts at a beach in Gatineau.(EDITORS NOTE: Image contains nudity)
A topless demonstrator speaks to the media during the rally. Surrounded by an army of male photographers, male bystanders, and random men curiously filming with their cell phones, a group of 40 women conducted a protest called "Free the Titties" on a sunny Sunday to fight for gender equality. According to the event organizer, Alice Lacroix, the rally was created in response to a poor interaction of Éloÿse Paquet Poisson with the police, who asked her to cover her exposed breasts at a beach in Gatineau.

Montreal demonstrators fight gender inequality with a topless protest

Montreal demonstrators fight gender inequality with a topless protest

People with placards saying "Do more for Ukraine", "Stand with Ukraine", "Stop Putin", "If Russia stops fighting there will be no war. If Ukraine stops fighting there will be no Ukraine.", "USA, thank you for standing with Ukraine. Keep arming Ukraine. Impose more sanctions on Russia", and "Cut all Russian banks off SWIFT" at a demonstration in support of Ukraine in front of the White House.People with placards saying "Do more for Ukraine", "Stand with Ukraine", "Stop Putin", "If Russia stops fighting there will be no war. If Ukraine stops fighting there will be no Ukraine.", "USA, thank you for standing with Ukraine. Keep arming Ukraine. Impose more sanctions on Russia", and "Cut all Russian banks off SWIFT" at a demonstration in support of Ukraine in front of the White House.

Pro Ukraine Demonstration at the White House in Washington, US

Pro Ukraine Demonstration at the White House in Washington, US

While firefighters extinguished the fire, the fire completely burned the upper floor of the wooden building to ashes. The fire, which broke out in the 2-story wooden building in the woods located on Beylerbeyi Sair Asaf Halet Celebi Street in Uskudar, Istanbul, was brought under control after approximately 1 hour of intervention by the firefighters.While firefighters extinguished the fire, the fire completely burned the upper floor of the wooden building to ashes. The fire, which broke out in the 2-story wooden building in the woods located on Beylerbeyi Sair Asaf Halet Celebi Street in Uskudar, Istanbul, was brought under control after approximately 1 hour of intervention by the firefighters.

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Fire breaks out in the wooden building in Istanbul, Turkey - 19 Jun 2022

Military medics play with the kid while they wait to evacuate the injured civilians in Lysychansk. Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022, triggering the largest military attack in Europe since World War II.Military medics play with the kid while they wait to evacuate the injured civilians in Lysychansk. Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022, triggering the largest military attack in Europe since World War II.

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Russia-Ukraine war in Lysychansk, Ukraine - 19 Jun 2022

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Evgeniya poses for a photog with Ukrainian flag colours make-up in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Evgeniya poses for a photog with Ukrainian flag colours make-up in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Evgeniya poses for a photog with Ukrainian flag colours make-up in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Nadia poses for a photo in a traditional Ukrainian flower crown in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Nadia poses for a photo in a traditional Ukrainian flower crown in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Nadia poses for a photo in a traditional Ukrainian flower crown in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Nadia poses for a photo in a traditional Ukrainian flower crown in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Nadia poses for a photo in a traditional Ukrainian flower crown in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Nadia poses for a photo in a traditional Ukrainian flower crown in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Jogging through a residential area badly damaged by shelling, Anotol, 50, trains with a military rucksack in preparation for deployment to the front line.. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Jogging through a residential area badly damaged by shelling, Anotol, 50, trains with a military rucksack in preparation for deployment to the front line.. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Jogging through a residential area badly damaged by shelling, Anotol, 50, trains with a military rucksack in preparation for deployment to the front line.. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Jogging through a residential area badly damaged by shelling, Anotol, 50, trains with a military rucksack in preparation for deployment to the front line.t. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Jogging through a residential area badly damaged by shelling, Anotol, 50, trains with a military rucksack in preparation for deployment to the front line.t. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Jogging through a residential area badly damaged by shelling, Anotol, 50, trains with a military rucksack in preparation for deployment to the front line.t. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Two motorcyclists are seen in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Two motorcyclists are seen in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Two motorcyclists are seen in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Arseniy, a college student poses in what was left from his bedroom in an apartment of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Arseniy, a college student poses in what was left from his bedroom in an apartment of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Arseniy, a college student poses in what was left from his bedroom in an apartment of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Arseniy, a college student poses in what was left from his bedroom in an apartment of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Arseniy, a college student poses in what was left from his bedroom in an apartment of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Arseniy, a college student poses in what was left from his bedroom in an apartment of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view from an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.A view from an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view from an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A roof of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.A roof of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A roof of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in residential building destroyed by bombardment Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in residential building destroyed by bombardment Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in residential building destroyed by bombardment Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Brocken wall of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Brocken wall of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Brocken wall of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Kitchen utensils seen in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Kitchen utensils seen in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Kitchen utensils seen in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Kitchen utensils seen in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Kitchen utensils seen in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Kitchen utensils seen in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

An interior view of an apartment in a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Evgeniya poses for a photog with Ukrainian flag colours make-up in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.Evgeniya poses for a photog with Ukrainian flag colours make-up in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

Evgeniya poses for a photog with Ukrainian flag colours make-up in front a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.

A view of a residential building destroyed by bombardment. Four months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, fighting has moved from areas around the capital Kyiv to eastern regions. Just 25 kilometers from Kyiv, however, the town of Irpin still bears the scars of heavy fighting and shelling, which reduced many buildings to ruins.