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‘We need Russia’s complete defeat’: Ukrainian forces upbeat on the frontline
As the counteroffensive slowly advances, those doing the fighting call for more arms from the west

Luke Harding in Velyka Novosilka/Pictures by Alessio Mamo

07, Jul, 2023 @9:32 AM

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‘Some never came back’: how Russians hunted down veterans of Donbas conflict
Exclusive: Ukrainians who fought against separatists tell of kidnap and torture by invaders; the fate of hundreds of others is a mystery

Lorenzo Tondo in Pisky-Radkivski and Alessio Mamo

02, Jul, 2023 @9:18 AM

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The body collectors: Ukrainian volunteers search for Russian corpses
The Guardian joins members of the Black Tulip group as they carry out their grim task in a deserted village

Isobel Koshiw and Lorenzo Tondo in Krasnopillia. Photographs by Alessio Mamo

14, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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A year of war in Ukraine as witnessed by Guardian photographers – photo essay
Photojournalists Alessio Mamo, Anastasia Taylor-Lind, Ed Ram and Anastasia Vlasova have covered the situation in Ukraine since the Russian invasion last February. We hear from them about their experiences

Lorenzo Tondo; photos by Alessio Mamo, Anastasia Taylor-Lind, Ed Ram and Anastasia Vlasova

24, Feb, 2023 @7:00 AM

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Two weeks after the Turkey-Syria earthquakes – a photo essay
The death toll from the twin earthquakes has surpassed 46,000, making them among the most deadly of the 21st century

Lorenzo Tondo and Ruth Michaelson; photographs by Alessio Mamo

21, Feb, 2023 @7:00 AM

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Grief and desperation in Idlib as earthquake compounds crises
North-west Syrian province was a place of last resort for people fleeing war – then came Covid, cholera and new catastrophe

Ruth Michaelson and Lorenzo Tondo in Idlib. Photographs by Alessio Mamo

13, Feb, 2023 @6:52 PM

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No room for the dead as cemeteries in earthquake-hit Turkey and Syria fill up
Bodies are piled up in stadiums or car parks for identification; coffins are being brought in and mass graves dug

Lorenzo Tondo and Deniz Barış Narlı in Nurdagi, Ruth Michaelson in Adana, and Husam Hezaber in Ankara. Photos by Alessio Mamo

10, Feb, 2023 @11:07 AM

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‘It seems too late’: hope fading in Turkey’s search for earthquake survivors
In Kahramanmaraş and Pazarcık, rescuers comb the rubble, often finding only body parts

Ruth Michaelson, Lorenzo Tondo and Deniz Barış Narlı in Kahramanmaraş and Pazarcık. Pictures by Alessio Mamo

08, Feb, 2023 @6:25 PM

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Onset of winter in Ukraine – a photo essay
After Russian attacks on energy infrastructure, this is expected to be the hardest winter in Ukraine since the second world war

Lorenzo Tondo and Julian Borger. Photographs by Alessio Mamo

29, Nov, 2022 @8:00 AM

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Crimes against civilians: documenting the scale of abuse in Ukraine
Survivor and witness accounts, cross-checked with information from prosecutors, show how violence has been integral to the Russian campaign

Lorenzo Tondo, Emma Graham-Harrison and Isobel Koshiw; photographs by Alessio Mamo

20, Jun, 2022 @11:03 AM

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Ukraine destruction: how the Guardian documented Russia’s use of illegal weapons
Cluster bombs, fléchettes and unguided missiles on residential areas: as prosecutors investigate alleged Russian war crimes in Ukraine, our reporters reveal the evidence they discovered on the ground

Lorenzo Tondo and Isobel Koshiw; photographs by Alessio Mamo

24, May, 2022 @4:00 AM

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Ukraine: a war diary from Lviv – photo essay
Photojournalist Alessio Mamo talks about his experience covering the conflict from Lviv in Western Ukraine, 50 miles from the border with Poland, and finds echoes of the conflicts in Syria and Iraq that he has covered

Alessio Mamo

18, Mar, 2022 @7:00 AM

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