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"The looting of Ukrainian goods for export – including grain and steel – has already led to rising prices and an increase in the number of people dying of hunger worldwide. This barbarism must be stopped, and Russia must pay in full. I believe in justice, and I will fight for it.”
Russian combatants occupying Melitopol, Ukraine, have fallen ill after eating poisoned cherries.
American University Kyiv is partnering with Arizona State University to provide Ukrainians higher education amid times of war.
“This year’s Journalist’s Day has a special taste of bitterness. The fourth month of a full–scale war – and we lost 32 journalists… In eight years of war we lost even more. Eternal memory to our fighters of the advanced information front."
“It was a very happy life, because we lived in peace, tranquility. And the fact that our acquaintances from Russia and relatives say that we were infringed upon in some way [by the Ukrainian authorities] is not true. We lived and rejoiced, made plans for the future. And now the 'liberators' have come and 'liberated' from all the good that was in our lives. Ruined, or rather, want to ruin our lives."
Ukraine has begun a "derussification" of street names, replacing them with names of important Ukrainians.
Many Ukrainians are trying to find their way after experiencing filtration camps, evacuations, and deportations.
“Now more than ever, every victory is important for Ukraine. This will further raise the morale of the Ukrainians, which is so needed now. We won not for ourselves, but for all Ukrainians."
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