Sun. Jan 29th, 2023

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But the war has cσme at a steeρ cσst. Russian fσrces haνe increased indiscriminate bσmbing in residential areas and limited the use σf humanitarian cσrridσrs. And σn Wednesday, the US fσrmally declared that Russia had cσmmitted war crimes by ρurρσsely hitting ciνilian targets in Uƙraine. σνer 3 milliσn ρeσρle haνe left the cσuntry — mσstly wσmen and children, as men between 18 and 60 are barred frσm leaνing. Fσr thσse whσ stay behind, the shelling has left a landscaρe σf damaged and destrσyed buildings that were σnce hσmes, schσσls, and businesses. The ρhσtσs σf ρeσρle searching the wrecƙage fσr belσngings and surνiνσrs serνe as reminders σf hσw much will need tσ be rebuilt.

A damaged classroom in a preschool is seen after a residential apartment complex was hit in a Russian attack on March 18, 2022, in Kyiv.

A man removes a curtain inside a school damaged among other residential buildings in Kyiv on March 18, 2022.

A man retrieves a few belongings from a building damaged by a Russian rocket fire in the cottage district of Kharkiv, Ukraine, on March 20, 2022.

A man with facial injuries sustained after the bombing in Kyiv on March 20, 2022

A resident looks at her apartment damaged by shelling in Kyiv on March 15, 2022.

A view of a damaged flat by Russian shelling in Kyiv, on March 21, 2022

A view of a residential area that was hit by a Russian missile in Kyiv

A view of damage inside a house in Makiivka, after recent shellings in the pro-Russian separatists-controlled Donetsk region in Ukraine, on March 19, 2022

Shrapnel holes dot the ceiling and walls inside an apartment damaged by the shelling of Russian troops in Kyiv.

French teacher Pjotr Vyerko, 81, holds a rifle standing behind the broken window of a bedroom in his house that was damaged by the shock waves of a Russian airstrike in Gorenka, outside Kyiv.

Galina helps clean a neighbor’s house after it was damaged by Russian bombing in Baryshivka, east of Kyiv, on March 11, 2022.

Irina Moprezova, 54, stands in front of a house that was damaged in an aerial bombing in the city of Irpin, northwest of Kyiv, on March 13, 2022.

Neighbors and volunteers help clean debris and broken glass after a missile strike in Kyiv damaged apartment buildings and a high school in the morning of March 17, 2022.

Portrait photos of a couple are seen scattered on a floor covered in debris in an apartment damaged by a bombing in Kyiv on March 21, 2022.

People look at damage caused by a shelling of a 10-story apartment block in the Podilskyi district, Kyiv, early in the morning on March 15.

Residents of Kyiv entering a destroyed apartment in a residential building that was hit by a shell in the Obolon district, March 14, 2022

Chinaware is seen among the debris and ashes inside an apartment after it was damaged by a bombing in Kyiv on March 21, 2022.

Andrey Goncharuk, 68, a member of territorial defense, wipes his face in the backyard of a house that was damaged by a Russian airstrike, according to locals, in Gorenka, outside Kyiv, on March 2, 2022.

An office building is damaged after a Russian shelling attack in Kyiv.

An abandoned house that was severely damaged by the bombing of Russian forces in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on March 15, 2022

A woman seen trying to clean a house after a rocket attack that destroyed a residential building.

A woman looks out of a smashed window inside a residential building damaged as a result of shelling by Russian troops in Kyiv.

A woman cries after her home was destroyed by Russian airstrikes.

A woman carries her belongings out of her destroyed house in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on March 13, 2022.