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TUESDAY March 22, 2022: 'WAR IS HELL' by Award Winning ZUMA Press photographer Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi reporting from Kyiv. The people of Ukraine are enduring a 'Living Hell,' UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said, as the shelling of multiple cities and towns continues. 'The war is going nowhere, fast, he stated, describing it as unwinnable.' Ten million people have now fled their homes in Ukraine because of the Russian invasion, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees says. As well as the 3.5 million who have left for neighboring countries, another estimated 6.5 million people are thought to be displaced inside the war-torn country itself. Continuing the fighting, Mr. Guterres said, was 'morally unacceptable, politically indefensible and militarily nonsensical... Sooner or later, it will have to move from the battlefield to the peace table. This is inevitable. The only question is: How many more lives must be lost?' Welcome to 'WAR IS HELL'
© Reportage.com Story of the Week #831: TUESDAY March 22, 2022: 'WAR IS HELL' by Award Winning ZUMA Press photographer Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi reporting from Kyiv. The people of Ukraine are enduring a 'Living Hell,' UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said, as the shelling of multiple cities and towns continues. 'The war is going nowhere, fast, he stated, describing it as unwinnable.' Ten million people have now fled their homes in Ukraine because of the Russian invasion, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees says. As well as the 3.5 million who have left for neighboring countries, another estimated 6.5 million people are thought to be displaced inside the war-torn country itself. Continuing the fighting, Mr. Guterres said, was 'morally unacceptable, politically indefensible and militarily nonsensical... Sooner or later, it will have to move from the battlefield to the peace table. This is inevitable. The only question is: How many more lives must be lost?' Welcome to 'WAR IS HELL'
Damaged buildings are seen through a broken window of a residence after Russian air strikes attacked a shopping mall in Kyiv leaving at least 4 people dead.
© Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi/ZUMA Press Wire
Distraught residents comfort each other outside a severely damaged 5-story residence in Vynohradar, Kyiv, after missile strikes on the area at about 8 AM local time.
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A portrait of Jesus is seen in the wreckage outside the damaged 5-storey residence in Vynohradar, Kyiv, after missile strikes in the area at about 8 AM local time during the Russian Invasion.
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A police officer stands guard at the wreckage of a damaged shopping mall in Podilskyi district of Kyiv by the Russian air strikes, and rocket attacks. Local media have reported that the attack has caused 4 deaths.
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Residents burst into tears outside a severely damaged 5-story residence in Vynohradar, Kyiv, as missile strikes on the area at about 8 AM local time have been reported by local residents and media, amid Russian Invasion.
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Interior of the damaged 5-story apartment building in Vynohradar, Kyiv, after missile strikes on the area at about 8 AM local time have been reported by local residents and media, amid Russian Invasion.
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A Ukrainian resident burst into tears outside the wreckage of a 5-story apartment building in Vynohradar, after a Russian missile strike on the area at about 8 AM local time.
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The view from a residence hit by the blast as a shopping mall in Podilskyi district of Kyiv was attacked by Russian air strikes, amid the Russian invasion. Local media have reported that the attack has caused 4 deaths.
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Residents walk past an elderly Ukrainian woman sitting on a bench, not identifying her name, she says her family members have died in recent attacks by the Russian military, as she grieves in front of a damaged residence by Russian artillery attacks in Kyiv.
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Ukrainian people shelter inside a bunker in central Lviv, following the air raid siren which started at around 8 pm local time, amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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A cyclist imakes his way through the debris of a damaged residence after artillery attacks in Kyiv, amid Russian invasion.
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An elderly man is seen walking among the debris of a damaged residence after artillery attacks in Kyiv, amid Russian invasion.
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A military officer stands guard near the wreckage of a damaged shopping mall in Podilskyi district of Kyiv by the Russian air strikes, amid Russian invasion, 4 civilians died in the attacks according to people at he scene.
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A Ukrainian soldier, with weapon ready, inspects the area inside a damaged shopping mall in Podilskyi district of Kyiv by the Russian air strikes, amid Russian invasion. Local media have reported that the attack has caused 4 deaths.
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A man is seen inside a damaged shopping mall in Podilskyi district of Kyiv after the Russian air strikes, amid Russian invasion. Local media have reported that the attack has caused 4 deaths.
© Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi/ZUMA Press Wire
During the newly imposed 35-hour curfew, 6-year old Mria (M) gives her mother (R) a bear hug in an underground warehouse inside a supermarket where her mom works, amid Russian attacks. Her father STAS (L) says he brings her daughter to the supermarket where his wife works, as it is so much safer to be in the storage.
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An elderly woman is seen at a bus station in the city of Lviv, just minutes before the nationwide, daily curfew starts at 10 pm, following Russian invasion of Ukraine. Russian attacks on Ukraine have continued on many cities, despite efforts of the Russian government and Ukrainian authorities to come up with ceasefire agreements and international condemnation on Russian military invasion.
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Ukrainians walk past a store where placards in a window read 'Glory for Ukraine' and 'We Are Standing With Ukraine' are displayed, following Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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Riddled with bullet holes, paper targets with the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin, at a gun gallery in Lviv, amid the ongoing Russian invasion. Russian attacks on Ukraine have continued, with multiple bombings, tank attacks and killing of civilians reported in several cities since the beginning of the war.
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A Ukrainian soldier holding a gun patrols and inspects passengers identity on a train connecting to Ukraine, as many Ukrainians say they return to Ukraine to rescue family members from war zones, following the Russian invasion. Millions of refugee families have been fleeing Ukraine to neighboring countries including Poland, Lithuania, Germany and The Netherlands, as Russian military attacks on civilians continued.
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Homeless IRLA (L), 35, and her 62 year-old companion are surrounded by belongings on the street, during the newly imposed 35-hour curfew, amid the Russian invasion. They say they have nowhere to go except running to shelters in the event of air raid sirens.
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Ukranian security police officer RUSLAN (L), and 65 year old security guard SERGIY (R) on duty at the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, as they protect the institute from vandalism or unauthorized entry, amid the Russian invasion. They both stated they are prepared to fight Russian forces in the event of further attacks.
© Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi/ZUMA Press Wire
A Ukrainian woman walks her German shepherd dog in the empty street, during the newly imposed 35-hour curfew, amid the Russian invasion.
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Ukrainian refugees wait for the train on the platform at Lviv Railway Station, as floods of Ukrainians attempt to flee to other neighboring countries, amid the Russian invasion. Millions of Ukrainians have left the country for other countries such as Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Slovakia and The Netherlands, with the number rising continuously, as Russian invasion has continued.
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Daniel Ceng Shou

Daniel Ceng Shou-Yi is an award winning contract photographer for ZUMA Press Wire Service and is based in Taipei, Taiwan. Daniel is available for assignments in the South East Asia region. Currently in Ukraine covering the Russian invasion.:831



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