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Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
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UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS MAP C
RTSB5TDY 
September 12, 2022 
Graphics showing where Ukraine orphans were sent after Russia invaded. 
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Ukraine's orphanage system - Location of Ukraine orphanages C 
Graphics showing where Ukraine orphans were sent after Russia invaded. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS FLOW C
RTSB5TDV 
September 12, 2022 
Graphics showing where Ukraine orphans were sent after Russia invaded. 
Ukraine 
Ukraine's orphanage system - Where children were sent after Russia invaded C 
Graphics showing where Ukraine orphans were sent after Russia invaded. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS C
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September 12, 2022 
Graphics showing where Ukraine orphans were sent after Russia invaded. 
Ukraine 
Ukraine's orphanage system C 
Graphics showing where Ukraine orphans were sent after Russia invaded. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJ9 
June 18, 2022 
Tanya (R), a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, walks at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tanya (R), a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, walks at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after her relocation from an orphanage in Odesa, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJ8 
June 18, 2022 
A child is assisted by a carer to join outdoor activities at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
A child is assisted by a carer to join outdoor activities at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after children were evacuated to the centre amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. UNICEF says it has yet to track some children who - rather than being moved within the orphanage system - were returned to families or legal guardians after Russia invaded. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PJ7 
June 18, 2022 
A child plays at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast,... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
A child plays at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after children were evacuated to the centre amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. UNICEF says it has yet to track some children who - rather than being moved within the orphanage system - were returned to families or legal guardians after Russia invaded. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PIU 
June 18, 2022 
A soft toy wearing the Ukrainian flag colours is placed on a bed at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
A soft toy wearing the Ukrainian flag colours is placed on a bed at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after children were evacuated to the centre amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. UNICEF says it has yet to track some children who - rather than being moved within the orphanage system - were returned to families or legal guardians after Russia invaded. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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June 18, 2022 
Meals are prepared for children living in Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv,... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Meals are prepared for children living in Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after children were evacuated to the centre amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. UNICEF says it has yet to track some children who - rather than being moved within the orphanage system - were returned to families or legal guardians after Russia invaded. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PHF 
June 18, 2022 
Jackets are hung at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast,... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Jackets are hung at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after children were evacuated to the centre amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. UNICEF says it has yet to track some children who - rather than being moved within the orphanage system - were returned to families or legal guardians after Russia invaded. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PHJ 
June 18, 2022 
A view of Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine,... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
A view of Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after children were evacuated to the centre amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. UNICEF says it has yet to track some children who - rather than being moved within the orphanage system - were returned to families or legal guardians after Russia invaded. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PHE 
June 18, 2022 
A child looks on during outdoor activities at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv,... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
A child looks on during outdoor activities at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after children were evacuated to the centre amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. UNICEF says it has yet to track some children who - rather than being moved within the orphanage system - were returned to families or legal guardians after Russia invaded. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PHI 
June 18, 2022 
Tanya, a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, is comforted by a nurse at Lelechenya (Little... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tanya, a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, is comforted by a nurse at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after her relocation from an orphanage in Odesa, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PHH 
June 18, 2022 
Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, takes a nap at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation... 
Dzhuriv, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, takes a nap at Lelechenya (Little Stork) rehabilitation centre in Dzhuriv, Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, Ukraine, after her relocation from an orphanage in Odesa, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, June 18, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Pavlo Palamarchuk SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PJH 
June 07, 2022 
Members of staff take children to participate in outdoor activities at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Members of staff take children to participate in outdoor activities at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 7, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PJE 
June 07, 2022 
Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, watches other children draw with chalk in a play area... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, watches other children draw with chalk in a play area at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 7, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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RTSB5PJC 
June 07, 2022 
Tetyana Ponomarchuk, deputy head of social care, 61, interacts with Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tetyana Ponomarchuk, deputy head of social care, 61, interacts with Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 7, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PJB 
June 07, 2022 
Tanya (second right), a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, watches other children play at... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tanya (second right), a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, watches other children play at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 7, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PJA 
June 07, 2022 
Tetyana Ponomarchuk, deputy head of social care, 61, comforts Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tetyana Ponomarchuk, deputy head of social care, 61, comforts Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 7, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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RTSB5PIR 
June 07, 2022 
Tanya, a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, takes a nap in her room at a facility for people... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tanya, a 12-year-old autistic girl who does not speak, takes a nap in her room at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine June 7, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJV 
June 06, 2022 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, leads a resident to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, leads a resident to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJT 
June 06, 2022 
Staff member Oksana Kogat prepares soup in the dining hall at a facility for people with special needs,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Staff member Oksana Kogat prepares soup in the dining hall at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJP 
June 06, 2022 
Empty shelves line a wall outside a music and drama classroom at a facility for people with special needs,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Empty shelves line a wall outside a music and drama classroom at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJR 
June 06, 2022 
Politecina Lida, 26, plays in a gym at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Politecina Lida, 26, plays in a gym at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJS 
June 06, 2022 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova leads children to a basement shelter as an air raid warning goes off... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova leads children to a basement shelter as an air raid warning goes off at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PJQ 
June 06, 2022 
Residents go about their daily activities at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Residents go about their daily activities at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJO 
June 06, 2022 
Residents take part in a music and drama lesson at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Residents take part in a music and drama lesson at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
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RTSB5PJN 
June 06, 2022 
Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, sits with other children in a basement shelter after an... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Tanya, 12, who is autistic and does not speak, sits with other children in a basement shelter after an air raid warning went off, at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Tanya, like nine in 10 of the children in Ukraine's orphanage system, is a "social orphan" – children whose parents are unable to care for them or denied parental rights under Ukrainian law. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJM 
June 06, 2022 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, comforts residents in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Nurse Ekaterina Masiuk, 57, comforts residents in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJL 
June 06, 2022 
Residents go about their daily activities after an air raid warning at a facility for people with special... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Residents go about their daily activities after an air raid warning at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJK 
June 06, 2022 
Olga Slivka, 18, takes part in an activity session at a facility for people with special needs, amid... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Olga Slivka, 18, takes part in an activity session at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJJ 
June 06, 2022 
Children take the stairs to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Children take the stairs to a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJI 
June 06, 2022 
Nurse Rita Barba, 52, comforts children in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Nurse Rita Barba, 52, comforts children in a basement shelter at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJG 
June 06, 2022 
A resident's belongings are seen in a bedroom at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
A resident's belongings are seen in a bedroom at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children’s Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PJD 
June 06, 2022 
Children remove their shoes at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Children remove their shoes at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine, June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PIS 
June 06, 2022 
Soup is prepared for lunch at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine,... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Soup is prepared for lunch at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ORPHANS
RTSB5PHK 
June 06, 2022 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova poses for a photo at a facility for people with special needs, amid... 
Odesa, Ukraine 
The Wider Image: Ukraine seeks to trace thousands of 'orphans' scattered by war 
Teacher Irina Nikolaeva Ogurtsova poses for a photo at a facility for people with special needs, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Odesa, Ukraine June 6, 2022. Poverty is the main reason children are sent into institutions – 80 percent of families fall below the poverty line after the birth of their second child, according to a 2021 study on child protection systems by Ukraine's former Commissioner for Children's Rights, Mykola Kuleba. REUTERS/Edgar Su SEARCH "UKRAINE DZHURIV ORPHANAGE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
ENVIRONMENT-DAY/MALAYSIA-PHOTOGRAPHER
RTS8D452 
May 31, 2022 
Putih an orphan baby monkey, sits on the shoulder of Asiah Hamdan, a Batek indigenous woman at Gua Musang,... 
GUA MUSANG, Malaysia 
Malaysian photographer rescues thousands of forest plants from logging 
Putih an orphan baby monkey, sits on the shoulder of Asiah Hamdan, a Batek indigenous woman at Gua Musang, Kelantan, Malaysia May 31, 2022. Picture taken May 31, 2022. REUTERS/Hasnoor Hussain 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z862 
April 11, 2022 
A man carries the flag of Ukraine near the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
A man carries the flag of Ukraine near the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration which includes refugees from a Ukrainian orphanage, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z84H 
April 11, 2022 
Tima Kobakov, a 13-year-old Jewish refugee from Ukraine wears tefilin, leather straps and boxes containing... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
13-year-old Jewish boys celebrate their bar mitzvahs at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site... 
Tima Kobakov, a 13-year-old Jewish refugee from Ukraine wears tefilin, leather straps and boxes containing sacred parchments, during celebrations for his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration for children who have lost one or both parents, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z82Y 
April 11, 2022 
13-year-old Jewish boys, some of whom are refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, walk together... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
13-year-old Jewish boys, some of whom are refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, walk together during celebrations for their bar mitzvahs at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration for children who have lost one or both parents, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z82W 
April 11, 2022 
13-year-old Jewish boys, some of whom are refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, stand for... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
13-year-old Jewish boys, some of whom are refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, stand for a selfie during celebrations for their bar mitzvahs at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration for children who have lost one or both parents, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z82V 
April 11, 2022 
A 13-year-old Jewish boy celebrates his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site,... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
A 13-year-old Jewish boy celebrates his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration for children who have lost one or both parents, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z82U 
April 11, 2022 
13-year-old Jewish boys, some of whom are refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, stand as a... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
13-year-old Jewish boys, some of whom are refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, stand as a group during celebrations for their bar mitzvahs at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration for children who have lost one or both parents, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z7VX 
April 11, 2022 
A 13-year-old Jewish boy prays during celebrations for his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
A 13-year-old Jewish boy prays during celebrations for his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration for children who have lost one or both parents, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z7P9 
April 11, 2022 
Ukrainian refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr pray during celebrations for their bar mitzvahs as part... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
Ukrainian refugees from an orphanage in Zhytomyr pray during celebrations for their bar mitzvahs as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS
RTS6Z7PA 
April 11, 2022 
A 13-year-old Jewish boy prays during celebrations for his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration in Jerusalem 
A 13-year-old Jewish boy prays during celebrations for his bar mitzvah at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, as part of the Colel Chabad annual bar mitzvah celebration for children who have lost one or both parents, in Jerusalem, April 11, 2022. REUTERS/Ammar Awad 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KYIV BABIES
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March 20, 2022 
A five-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, sleeps in a stroller... 
KYIV, Ukraine 
A five-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, sleeps in a stroller... 
A five-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, sleeps in a stroller at the Kyiv City Heart Center in Kyiv as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, Ukraine, March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KYIV BABIES
RTS6GPGT 
March 20, 2022 
A two-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, is seen at the... 
KYIV, Ukraine 
A two-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, is seen at the... 
A two-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, is seen at the Kyiv City Heart Center in Kyiv as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, Ukraine, March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KYIV BABIES
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March 20, 2022 
A nurse holds a two-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, at... 
KYIV, Ukraine 
A nurse holds a two-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, at... 
A nurse holds a two-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated from the besieged city of Sumy, at the Kyiv City Heart Center in Kyiv as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, Ukraine, March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KYIV BABIES
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March 20, 2022 
A nurse tends to a one-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated in critical condition from the... 
KYIV, Ukraine 
A nurse tends to a one-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated in critical condition from the... 
A nurse tends to a one-month-old orphan boy, whom volunteers evacuated in critical condition from the besieged city of Sumy, at the Kyiv City Heart Center in Kyiv as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, Ukraine, March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
KENYA-ANIMALS/
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March 20, 2022 
An orphaned baby elephant covers itself with soil, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
An orphaned baby elephant covers itself with soil, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage... 
An orphaned baby elephant covers itself with soil, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage near Nairobi, Kenya March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
KENYA-ANIMALS/
RTS6GMWN 
March 20, 2022 
Orphaned baby elephants play, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage near Nairobi,... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Orphaned baby elephants play, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage near Nairobi 
Orphaned baby elephants play, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage near Nairobi, Kenya March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
KENYA-ANIMALS/
RTS6GMWP 
March 20, 2022 
A keeper feeds an orphaned baby elephant with milk from a bottle during feeding time, at the David Sheldrick... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A keeper feeds an orphaned baby elephant with milk from a bottle during feeding time, at the David Sheldrick... 
A keeper feeds an orphaned baby elephant with milk from a bottle during feeding time, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage near Nairobi, Kenya March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
KENYA-ANIMALS/
RTS6GMWO 
March 20, 2022 
An orphaned baby elephant covers itself with soil, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
An orphaned baby elephant covers itself with soil, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage... 
An orphaned baby elephant covers itself with soil, at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage near Nairobi, Kenya March 20, 2022. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS-PURIM
RTS6DPMT 
March 17, 2022 
Levy, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, is dressed as... 
NES HARIM, Israel 
Jewish Ukrainian refugees celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim 
Levy, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, is dressed as a king as part of celebrations of the Jewish holiday of Purim after arriving to Israel following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, at the Nes Harim Field and Forest Education Center in Nes Harim, Israel, March 17, 2022. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS-PURIM
RTS6DPMS 
March 17, 2022 
Artem, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, dresses up as... 
NES HARIM, Israel 
Jewish Ukrainian refugees celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim 
Artem, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, dresses up as part of celebrations of the Jewish holiday of Purim after arriving to Israel following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, at the Nes Harim Field and Forest Education Center in Nes Harim, Israel, March 17, 2022. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS-PURIM
RTS6DPMR 
March 17, 2022 
Yonatan, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, is dressed... 
NES HARIM, Israel 
Jewish Ukrainian refugees celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim 
Yonatan, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, is dressed as a bee as part of celebrations of the Jewish holiday of Purim after arriving to Israel following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, at the Nes Harim Field and Forest Education Center in Nes Harim, Israel, March 17, 2022. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS-PURIM
RTS6DO38 
March 17, 2022 
Jewish Ukrainian refugees from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, paint pictures in celebration... 
NES HARIM, Israel 
Jewish Ukrainian refugees celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim 
Jewish Ukrainian refugees from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, paint pictures in celebration of the Jewish holiday of Purim after arriving to Israel following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, at the Nes Harim Field and Forest Education Center in Nes Harim, Israel, March 17, 2022. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/ISRAEL-ORPHANS-PURIM
RTS6DO3B 
March 17, 2022 
Yehiel, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, has his face... 
NES HARIM, Israel 
Jewish Ukrainian refugees celebrate the Jewish holiday of Purim 
Yehiel, a Jewish Ukrainian refugee from the Alumim children's home in Zhytomyr, Ukraine, has his face painted during the Jewish holiday of Purim after arriving to Israel following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, at the Nes Harim Field and Forest Education Center in Nes Harim, Israel, March 17, 2022. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
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