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В умовах російської агресії команда Лабораторії висвітлює події в Україні для світових та українським медіа, документує воєнні злочини в рамках проєкту “Свідчить Україна”, а також створює онлайн-літопис українського спротиву в рамках проєкту “Життя війни”

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Ukrainians are rejoicing at victory — and awash in trauma and grief
Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive has liberated at least 3,400 square miles of territory, mostly in the northeast, and cut off Russian supply routes. But its real significance might go beyond the merely military. It has given hope to millions of Ukrainians.

Nataliya Gumenyuk, The Washington Post
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Putin is mobilising 300,000 more soldiers to fight his war. But Ukrainians feel hope, not fear
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The Guardian
Some 300,000 more families will start to feel the war personally. The move also confirms that Russia will be unable to defend territories it has occupied without more personnel.
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The World Now Has a Vision of Ukrainian Victory
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The New York Times
The counteroffensive showed that the Ukrainian army is capable not just of defense but also of attack. This is a major change.
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Ukrainians are joyful as the Russian occupiers flee, but we must be wary of an ambush
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The Guardian
In some places the enemy has abandoned positions, guns and even roubles. Elsewhere, resistance is fiercer.
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Ukrainische Unabhängigkeit: Eine Zukunftskultur
Nataliya Gumenyuk, Die Zeit
Im Gegensatz zur russischen Gesellschaft hat die ukrainische den Zerfall der Sowjetunion seit Langem überwunden. Die Menschen schauen nach vorne, in eine bessere Zukunft.
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The city that formed Volodymyr Zelensky
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The New Statesman
Kryvyi Rih was known for its steel factory and its residents’ supposed Soviet nostalgia. War has changed that.
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Ukraine’s independence day was always important. Now it is a matter of life and death
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The Guardian
In Kyiv, we are marking the day under the constant threat of Russian attack – and facing a watershed in the course of the war
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‘We Need to Liberate Our People From the Horrors of Occupation’: New Allegations of Russian War Crimes Emerge in Ukraine
Ukrainian villagers accuse Russian troops of abuse, torture, and the murder of civilians as brutal war grinds on

Nataliya Gumenyuk, Rolling Stone
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Russia’s invasion is making Ukraine more democratic
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The Atlantic
Over time, I saw that the war hadn’t just forced us to defend our land and our freedom; it has accelerated our progress as a democracy.
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A young soldier’s death reminds Ukrainians that the war is taking their best
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The Washington Post
On June 9, Roman Ratushny was killed in battle near Izyum, not far from Kharkiv. He would have turned 25 in July.
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Putin’s bombs were supposed to break us in Ukraine. They are doing the opposite
Nataliya Gumenyuk, The Guardian
Ukrainians know the war is not over, so each day we clean up, document the destruction, and do our best to prepare
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