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TUESDAY September 13, 2022: 'UKRAINE WAR: DAY 203' by award winning photographer Daniel Carde: The recent Ukrainian counter attack has forced Russian troops into a rapid retreat as Ukraine retakes areas from Russian control. Russia still holds about a fifth of the country, but the retreat is being seen by many analysts as significant with the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) claiming that Ukrainian troops have inflicted a 'major operational defeat' on Russian forces. Mr Zelensky says: 'Our main goal is to de-occupy our whole territory.' Welcome to 'UKRAINE WAR: DAY 203'
© zReportage.com Story of the Week #854: TUESDAY September 13, 2022: 'UKRAINE WAR: DAY 203' by award winning photographer Daniel Carde: The recent Ukrainian counter attack has forced Russian troops into a rapid retreat as Ukraine retakes areas from Russian control. Russia still holds about a fifth of the country, but the retreat is being seen by many analysts as significant with the Institute for the Study of War (ISW claiming that Ukrainian troops have inflicted a 'major operational defeat' on Russian forces. Mr Zelensky says: 'Our main goal is to de-occupy our whole territory.' Welcome to 'UKRAINE WAR: DAY 203'
An apartment has partially collapsed after it was repeatedly shelled by Russian troops stands next to a children's playground in Saltivka, a residential neighborhood in Kharkiv. Russia troops continue to shell the city almost daily, often hitting residential areas and killing civilians.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
A fire engulfs a building after Russian troops shelled a home in Bakhmut. Ukrainian forces held off an attempted advance on the area by Russian troops according to a General Staff of Armed Forces of Ukraine.
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A Ukrainian tank is seen driving on a highway away from Kostyantynivka. Earlier in the day Ukrainian forces held off an attempted advance by Russian troops along the frontlines near Bakhmut and Soledar.
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Local resident LYUBOV NIKITICHNA, 84, talks about being injured by a Russian shell inside her home on the eastern outskirts of Bakhmut. She was hit with shrapnel in her thigh as she stood outside her house when a Russian shell landed nearby.
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Local resident LYUBOV NIKITICHNA, 84, shows where her son sleeps in her home on the eastern outskirts of Bakhmut. Shelling was consistently heard as Ukrainian forces held off an attempted advance on the area by Russian troops.
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Local resident VALENTINA PAVILIVNA BONDARENKO, 79, looks out her front room window from her home on the eastern outskirts of Bakhmut. Shelling was consistently heard as Ukrainian forces held off an attempted advance on the area by Russian troops as Russia shells the city daily.
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Stretchers used to carry wounded Ukrainian soldiers are propped against a wall near a hospital in Bakhmut. Ukrainian forces held off an attempted advance on the area by Russian troops as Russia shells the city daily.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
A vehicle's rear window was damaged by previous Russian shelling in Avdiivka, as Russian forces shells the city daily.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
A damaged and unexploded shell sits on a road near a residential neighborhood.
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Volunteers with NGO Vostok SOS chat with a local woman while preparing to evacuate another resident from her home in Toretsk. Vostok SOS is an NGO that works to provide assistance to internally displaced people in eastern Ukraine.
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Volunteers with local NGO Vostok SOS carry a woman to their van as they evacuate her because she is incapable of leaving on her own in Toretsk. Many residents have fled the area as Russia shells Ukraine's Donbas region daily.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
The night sky with stars and Milky Way visible above the city and reflected on a fountain at Kharkov National Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre under the enforced conditions of blackouts and curfews due to the Russian invasion. The windows of the building have been damage by previous Russian attacks on the city.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
The stars and Milky Way are visible above a darkened street under the enforced conditions of blackouts and curfews due to the Russian invasion. It has been more than 6 months since Russian troops invaded Ukraine and Russia continues to shell the city daily.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
A woman stops to look at the impact crater where a Russian rocket landed near a residential building in Kharkiv. At least 10 people were injured including 3 children when Russia troops targeted the city with multiple rockets during the day. Ukrainian forces are engaged in an active offensive to recapture villages and towns in the region that were taken by Russian troops.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
A woman looks at a building damaged when a Russian rocket landed near a school in Kharkiv. At least 10 people were injured including 3 children when Russia troops targeted the city with multiple rockets during the day.
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The word 'Boom' is spray painted on a shed with an arrow that points to where a Russian rocket landed near a school in Kharkiv, which left 10 people injured including 3 children. Ukrainian forces are engaged in an active offensive to recapture villages and towns in the region that were taken by Russian troops.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
Firefighters work to extinguish a building set ablaze after Russian troops targeted Kharkiv. At least 1 person has died in the attack which led to power outages in the city. Ukrainian forces swept deeper into territory seized from fleeing Russian troops on Monday and joyful residents returned to former frontline villages, while Moscow's shells rained down on Kharkiv, setting off fires across the region's main city.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
The stars and Milky Way are visible above Kharkiv 's iconic Assumption Cathedral's neoclassical bell tower. Light restrictions have made the stars more visible than usual at night. It has been more than 6 months since Russian troops invaded Ukraine and Russia continues to shell the city daily.
© Daniel Carde/ZUMA Press Wire
Daniel Carde

Daniel Carde is a ZUMA Press photojournalist based in Beirut, Lebanon. His work has included covering landmine removal and landmine survivors in Cambodia, landmine removal and landmine survivors, and conflict in Iraq, as well as daily assignments in the U.S. before moving to Beirut, where he's covered the Beirut Blast, the Covid-19 Pandemic, and the economic collapse. Daniel's work is represented by ZUMA and he is available for assignments worldwide.:854



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