What Becomes Of A Country After Seven Years Of War

A woman cries near the body of her son, killed during a shelling at the hospital of Donetsk’s Tekstilshik district, on Feb. 4. (Dominique Faget/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman and a child look through a bus window before leaving as people flee the conflict in Debaltseve, eastern Ukraine, Feb. 6. (Gleb Garanich /Reuters)
Chasov Yar, Donetsk region: Lyudmila Yevgenievna, 64, lives in a home for the elderly who are alone because of the war. She has dementia and spends most days gazing out of the windows. © Paula Bronstein
A woman displaced from her home by unrest in east Ukraine looks at her cell phone at a sanatorium in the town of Svyatohirsk that has been converted into accommodation for evacuees, on Feb. 1. (Petr David Josek/Associated Press)
Security drill at a school in the Luhansk region, November 2018. (Olena Loshakova/ICRC)
Two nurses take a break outside of a maternity ward in Kramatorsk, Ukraine. The ward had no functioning toilets — as sign of its poor condition. (Pascal Vossen/CNN)
A woman reacts as she looks at the debris of her house, which according to locals was recently damaged by shelling, in the suburbs of Donetsk, Jan. 30. (Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters)
A military family. Tania is a captain in the 54th Brigade, Nikolay is a battalion commander. The family lives together in one apartment with their landlord, Galina. Tania says that she hears Galina watching separatist television in her room at night. (Benas Gerdziunas/Codastory)

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