A Ukrainian memoir: When the layer of personal protection collapses – Culture

On the morning of Wednesday, May 11, it starts early, at half past seven we want to leave Chernivtsi for Romania. When I came to the kitchen, my roommate, I’m from Mariupol, was already there, and she had to leave early, and leave the house a little before seven on weekdays. While we sip our … Read more

Ukraine Humanitarian Aid: Donations Against Evil | Europe | DW

On a cold spring morning, the pickup truck crosses the almost empty Ukrainian-Romanian border. Hundreds of cars often wait here on both sides during the day. But this morning, shortly before eight, there was no crowding. A red cross sign, Ukrainian flags and the inscription “Humanitarian Aid” are behind the truck’s windshield. Oksana, Serhag, Wasel … Read more