War in Ukraine. Map of Ukraine. The horrors of war by region.

 Mykolaiv

24 October 2022
People queuing up hold plastic bottles to refill drinking water from a tank in the center of Mykolaiv
People queuing up hold plastic bottles to refill drinking water from a tank in the center of Mykolaiv, Monday, Oct. 24, 2022. Since mid-April, citizens of Mykolaiv, with a pre-war population of half a million people, have lived without a centralized drinking water supply. Russian Forces cut off the pipeline through which the city received drinking water for the last 40 years.
— Photo by Emilio Morenatti / AP Photo


 Mykolaiv

23 October 2022
residential building is seen damaged following night shelling in Mykolaiv
In this photo posted by the mayor of Mykolaiv on his Telegram channel, a residential building is seen damaged following night shelling in Mykolaiv, Ukraine, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2022. A nearby 10-story residential building was also damaged. The windows and doors were blown out by debris and the blast wave, and the balconies were damaged. No victims reported.
— Photo by Operational Command South via AP


 Oleshky

23 October 2022
Civilians disembark a ferry and head toward transport that will take them to Russian-occupied Crimea in Oleshky
Civilians disembark a ferry and head toward transport that will take them to Russian-occupied Crimea during a rainy day in Oleshky, in Ukraine's Kherson region, on October 23.
— Photo by Alexander Ermochenko / Reuters


 Kramatorsk

22 October 2022
A view of a damaged bridge in the retaken village of Bohorodychne
A view of a damaged bridge in the retaken village of Bohorodychne, eastern Ukraine, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2022.
— Photo by Andriy Andriyenko / AP Photo


 Rivne

22 October 2022
Ukrainian firefighters battle a blaze following a Russia air strike on an energy facility in Rivne
Ukrainian firefighters battle a blaze following a Russia air strike on an energy facility in Rivne on October 22.
— Photo by State Emergency Service of Ukraine (Facebook)