On the Frontlines of the Information War

Throughout 2014, the conflict in Ukraine split the country and media into two camps. Following the MH17 tragedy and death of all 298 passengers, the information war took off with many journalists left as victims and participants.

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Donetsk airport, 2014. “95% of the airport buildings were either completely destroyed or damaged to an extent that they could not be repaired. Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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The mother at the burial of her son who died during an artillery attack in the Donetsk region. Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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Donetsk airport, 2014. Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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Fighters from the brigade ‘Vostok’ in eastern Ukraine. Donetsk, 2014. Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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Summer 2015, from a series of photos about life on the frontlines for the brigade ‘Pyatnashka’ near Donetsk. Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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Gorlovka, spring 2015. Photo credits: Sergey Belous
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Residents in Debaltsevo receive aid in the form of a box of biscuits from one of the battalions of the fighters for eastern Ukraine. Photo credits: Sergey Belous

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