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

 Bakhmut

26 October 2022
A house damaged by the Russian shelling is seen in Bakhmut
A house damaged by the Russian shelling is seen in Bakhmut, the site of the heaviest battle against the Russian troops in the Donetsk region, Ukraine, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022.
— Photo by Efrem Lukatsky / AP Photo


 Mykolaiv

26 October 2022
A dog stands among debris of a school building destroyed by a Russian air strike in a village near a frontline in Mykolaiv Region
A dog stands among debris of a school building destroyed by a Russian air strike in a village near a frontline in Mykolaiv Region, Ukraine, October 26, 2022.
— Photo by Valentyn Ogirenko / Reuters


 Kharkiv

26 October 2022
A washing machine hangs from a destroyed house in the village Tsupivka where Myhaylo Yurkiv stayed in his bunker for six months during fierce battles under Russian occupation
A washing machine hangs from a destroyed house in the village where Myhaylo Yurkiv, 65, stayed in his bunker for six months during fierce battles under Russian occupation which destroyed his home and cut the village in two by the shelling of the bridge, leaving him now as the only person living on his side of the village, in Tsupivka, Ukraine, October 26, 2022.
— Photo by Clodagh Kilcoyne / Reuters


 Druzhkivka

26 October 2022
A woman walks past buildings damaged by Russian shelling in Druzhkivka
A woman walks past buildings damaged by Russian shelling in Druzhkivka, Donetsk region, Ukraine, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022.
— Photo by Andriy Andriyenko / AP Photo


 Dnipro

26 October 2022
A woman passes by a gas station destroyed by yesterday's Russian military strike in Dnipro
A woman passes by a gas station destroyed by yesterday's Russian military strike in Dnipro, October 26, 2022.
— Photo by Mykola Synelnykov / Reuters


 Kyiv

25 October 2022
People shelter inside a subway station during a Russian missile attack in Kyiv
People shelter inside a subway station during a Russian missile attack in Kyiv on October 25.
— Photo by Vladislav Musienko / Reuters


 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