German journalist saved 18,000 Ukrainians from the war zone
Andreas Tölke, 62 traded his happy and safe life in Germany for sirens and shelling in war-torn Ukraine.
Ukrainian journalism is dying
Man survived after hitting a mine while planting barley in Ukraine
Dmytro Yelyseenko, 27, hit a mine in Partyzanske village, southern Ukrainian Mykolayiv region, on March 21 this year while driving his tractor to plant barley.
Besieged Bakhmut got its' newspaper delivered to the frontline by soldiers and volunteers
People cry when they hold the printed copies of the Bakhmut weekly newspaper the Vpered (Forward)
"I don't even know if I will see him again"
Ukrainian soldier came from the frontline for a few hours to hug his son.
'They are bombing us, but we are getting stronger'
A bearded man wearing a traditional Ukrainian vyshyvanka with a music box on his lap sits in a square near the Nikolsky mall in Kharkiv.
"We were coughing up blood after the explosion."
Russian rockets hit the residential building in Zaporizhzha on March 22 in broad daylight, leaving two dead and more than 30 injured. Dozens of people were left without homes.
Government approved mandatory evacuation of children from combat zones
Two months earlier, a six-year-old girl died of a heart attack in Avdiivka after her relatives refused the evacuation.
Marine lived for four months with a metal piece in his heart
Yuriy, call sign "Cat", lost his leg defending Mariupol, but still serves in the army