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Taking shelter in Ukraine(11 images)

Ukrainians are forced to live in and hide under temporary living situations following days of shelling by the Russians throughout parts of Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Lyubov Ivanovna Vlasenko, 70, (L) and her husband Gennady Ivanovich Sergeev, 74, eat lunch in the basement-turned bunker moments after Russian artillery landed approximately 800 meters away in the Pyatikhatki district, of Kharkiv, Ukraine, on May 1, 2022. Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI
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Alexander Grigorevich Gryanik, 67, principal of No. 62 school, points to a crater left by an artillery round fired from the Russians 10 kilometers away. Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI .
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Gryanik stands next to a crater left by an artillery round. At the peak of the shelling in the elementary school, about 120 people were hiding in the basement. Today it's 30. Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI .
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Sergii Virchenko, 42, cuts hair for Sergey Gerasimenko, 50, on Thursday as they survive with hundreds of others under temporary living situations in the metro station following days of shelling by the Russians throughout parts of Kharkiv, Ukraine. Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI
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