Taisiia Mokrozub, a Ukrainian refugee from Zaporizhzhia, with her son Hordii, in a flat in Pruszkow, Poland. Photo: AP
Taisiia Mokrozub, a Ukrainian refugee from Zaporizhzhia, with her son Hordii, in a flat in Pruszkow, Poland. Photo: AP
Ukraine war

9,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed, says commander, as families long to return home

  • A top commander says nearly 9,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed since Russia invaded his country in February, and children are suffering as a result
  • As the war reaches the sixth-month mark on Wednesday, many refugees are facing the sad realisation that they will not be going home soon – some may never return

Taisiia Mokrozub, a Ukrainian refugee from Zaporizhzhia, with her son Hordii, in a flat in Pruszkow, Poland. Photo: AP
Taisiia Mokrozub, a Ukrainian refugee from Zaporizhzhia, with her son Hordii, in a flat in Pruszkow, Poland. Photo: AP
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