War in Ukraine. The horrors of war by Chernihiv Oblast
10 September 2023
Around midnight on September 10, Russian troops hit a multi-apartment two-story building in the center of the village of Chaikyne in Novhorod-Siverskyi Raion of Chernihiv Oblast with a "Shakhed". Two apartments of this building were destroyed. The head of the village, Vasyl Shavsha, told Suspilne Ukraine about this. According to the Head of the Novhorod-Siverskyi Regional Military Administration, Serhiy Sergienko, there were no casualties.
— Photo by Suspilne Ukraine
19 August 2023
An injured man walks in Krasna square with the Taras Shevchenko Chernihiv Regional Academic Music and Drama Theatre in the background, after a Russian attack, in Chernihiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Aug. 19, 2023.
— Photo by Efrem Lukatsky / AP Photo
village of Lukashivka
16 April 2023
An Orthodox priest sprays holy water on believers outside a church damaged by a Russian attack in the village of Lukashivka in Chernihiv Oblast, 16, 2023.
— Photo by Valentyn Ogirenko / Reuters
30 August 2022
Surrounded by shards of broken glass and rubble 14-year-old Sofia Zhyr, sits at her desk in the remains of her classroom in the Chernihiv School #21, which was bombed by Russian forces on March 3, in Chernihiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Aug. 30 , 2022. "I was scared to come to the school the first time after it was bombed. For a long time, I was just looking at it from afar. At those moments, it seemed like nothing ever happened." Sofia said. Scraping through the rubble of the classroom they last saw on February 24 – at the start of the Russian invasion -- one group of children returned to the remains of their bombarded school on Tuesday to check the condition of their school.
— Photo by Emilio Morenatti / AP Photo
29 August 2022
Vladimir, 66, stands next to the wreckage of his house after being bombed by Russians in Chernihiv, Ukraine, Monday, Aug. 29, 2022. On May 3, witnesses heard a plane approaching and dropping bombs that destroyed a large number of houses, including his own, killing five of his relatives who were sleeping at the time.
— Photo by Emilio Morenatti / AP Photo
29 June 2022
Russian ordinance on the ground of a concert hall damaged by strikes, in Yahidne village, northern Chernihiv region, Ukraine, Wednesday, June 29, 2022. A few months after Russian troops retreated from Yahidne, the village has gradually returned to life. People are repairing their homes, and a strong wind occasionally picks up the bitter smell of ashes.
— Photo by Nariman El-Mofty / AP Photo
11 June 2022
In the Chernihiv region, graduates make photo shoots against the backdrop of the ruins.
— Photo by Stanislav Senyk
28 May 2022
A man carries his belongings past a destroyed car next to a heavily damaged apartment building on May 28, 2022, in Chernihiv, Ukraine.
— Photo by Alexey Furman / Getty Images / TNS
17 May 2022
Oleksandr, 36, worked to repair the roof of his house, in Novoselivka village, Chernihiv Region, Ukraine, on Tuesday. The house was badly damaged by a Russian airstrike in early March.
— Photo by Ivor Prickett / The New York Times
24 April 2022
This April 24, 2022 photo provided by Inna Levchenko shows damage from Russian shelling to School No. 21, in Chernihiv, Ukraine. Levchenko opened the school as a shelter to hundreds of frightened families. Though she didn’t know it yet, 70 children she’d ordered to shelter in the basement would survive the blast. But at least nine people, including one of her students — a 13-year-old boy — would not.
— Photo by Inna Levchenko / AP Photo
22 April 2022
The village of Novoselivka, near Chernihiv, Ukraine has been heavily bombed.
— Photo by Oleksandr Ratushnia / UNDP Ukraine
13 April 2022
School official Iryna Homenko walks in the hall of a school damaged by an airstrike from Russian forces in Chernihiv, Ukraine, Wednesday, April 13, 2022. In Chernihiv alone, the city council said only seven of the city’s 35 schools were unscathed. Three were reduced to rubble.
— Photo by Evgeniy Maloletka / AP Photo
7 April 2022
Residents of Chernihiv at the destroyed hotel 'Ukraine'. The mayor of the city stated that the city was destroyed by 70%.
— Photo by Marko Djurica / Reuters / Scanpix / LETA
5 April 2022
More destruction seen outside of the Chernihiv stadium in Ukraine on April 5, 2022.
— Photo by Sergei Supinsky / AFP / Getty
1 April 2022
A funeral service worker uncovers a civilian's body as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in the village of Nova Basan, Chernihiv region, April 1.
— Photo by Serhii Nuzhnenko / Reuters
31 March 2022
Destroyed residential buildings in Chernihiv, which remains under Russian occupation at March 31, 2022.
— Photo by Yuriy Vasilenko, AP / Scanpix
30 March 2022
Firefighters try to extinguish a fire after a Russian attack in Chernihiv.
— Photo by State Emergency Service of Ukraine / Anadolu Agency
26 March 2022
Chernihiv has come under heavy bombardment since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine.
— Photo by State Emergency Services Of Ukraine / Reuters
11 March 2022
A huge crater from Russian shelling at the former Yuri Gagarin stadium.
— Photo by Getty Images
5 March 2022
A non exploded Russian aviation bomb FAB-500 is seen next to a home in Chernihiv, Ukraine, March 5, 2022.
— Photo by Press service of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine / Handout via Reuters