War.  Two hundred and seventh day.  Photo.  What the Russian army left in the Kharkiv region: interrogation rooms in the basements and a “shed” on the site of a hospital in a church


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In the liberated part of the Kharkov region, they continue to find traces of the occupation, which lasted about six months. In the basements of the village of Cossack Lopan, according to the Ukrainian authorities, a prison and an interrogation chamber were equipped. In the village of Malaya Kamyshevakha, Russian troops set up a field hospital in the Holy Trinity Church. In Izyum, the exhumation of the bodies of those killed during the Russian occupation of the city continues. At the mass grave site, 445 graves of civilians and one mass grave of servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were found, declared “Present time” September 16, the prosecutor of the Kharkov region Alexander Filchakov. Meduza publishes the main photos of the 207th day of the war.

Important warning. Every day since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Meduza’s editors have selected key shots taken during the previous day of the war. These pictures contain scenes of cruelty, violence and death, but most of them are not placed under a special plate, which the editors usually hide such images with. In this series of photo stories, we try to document the war as it is.

Prisons in the cellars of Cossack Lopan

An employee of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine enters the basement of the station, protected by sandbags. According to the Ukrainian authorities, this place was used as an interrogation room during the Russian occupation in the recaptured village of Kazachya Lopan in the Kharkiv region.
A room in the basement of a railway station that Ukrainian authorities say was used by the Russian military for interrogations
Building with the letter Z on the wall. According to the Ukrainian authorities, Russian troops set up a prison in this building, where they tortured residents of Cossack Lopan
Blankets and sleeping bags in a basement that Ukrainian authorities say was used as a torture chamber during the Russian occupation
A Ukrainian soldier stands in a basement where Ukrainian authorities claim people were tortured

Exhumation at the cemetery in Izyum

Exhumation of bodies in the city of Izyum, Kharkiv region, recently liberated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The bodies of the dead are taken to Kharkov for examination, informs “Suspilne”. The exhumation, according to local authorities, will take about two weeks.

Abandoned field hospital of the Russian army in Malaya Kamyshevakha

Holy Trinity Church in the liberated village of Malaya Kamyshevakha in the Kharkiv region, where Russian troops set up a field hospital during the occupation
A carved chair in the Holy Trinity Church of Malaya Kamyshevakhi with the inscription “Tyva”. The Republic of Tuva leads among all subjects of Russia in terms of the number of confirmed cases of death of soldiers in Ukraine in terms of 100,000 people. Meduza spoke in detail about how Tuvans go to war
Former First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko published video from the temple and wrote that “the church was turned into a barn”

Liberated part of Kharkov region

A resident of Izyum, recently liberated by the Ukrainian armed forces, sits in front of a destroyed building.
An 85-year-old resident of Izyum cooks in the yard of her house
A six-year-old resident of Izyum has lunch in the courtyard of an apartment building in Izyum
Damaged car in the village of Prudyanka, Kharkiv region
A man repairs the roof of a house in the village of Russkaya Lozovaya. In the yard in front of his house – trenches

Photos taken on the previous – two hundred and sixth – day of the war can be viewed at this link.

Two hundred and eighth day of the war. Online Jellyfish

Source: meduza.io

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