Russia has continued its attacks in eastern and southern Ukraine despite US assurances of 'moving heaven and earth' to provide the country with weapons needed to fight the Russians. Several countries have taken in refugees from Ukraine. A camp in Moldova can be seen in one of the photographs.
An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team member pulls suitcases with equipment as he arrives with others to Chernobyl nuclear power plant, in Chernobyl, Ukraine.
Helena walks inside the basement of a residential building during a Russian attack in Lyman, Ukraine. The 60-year-old woman says it's a very difficult moment. All residents of the building are living in the basement. "They hit us endlessly with rockets", she adds.
Supporters from Ukraine hold a banner reading "Stop Putin" during a charity soccer match between Bundesliga team Borussia Dortmund and Dynamo Kyiv of Ukraine in the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany. The match wants to show solidarity with Ukraine against Russia's war in favour of peace in Europe, the net proceeds of the match will be donated to charity.
A car is parked under a tree in partially abandoned Chernobyl town, Ukraine.
An X-Ray film of lungs hangs on sand bags at a hospital in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine.
A Soviet era monument to a friendship between Ukrainian and Russian nations is seen during its demolition, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in central Kyiv, Ukraine.
A plastic hand rests against a window in the 11th State Fire and Rescue Unit station in Chernobyl town, Ukraine.
A clean-up veteran pays respect to the Chernobyl firefighters at a memorial in capital Kyiv, Ukraine. At right, firefighter sculptures are covered with bags to protect against the Russian shelling. April 26 marks the 36th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
Roberto Marquez, a Mexican artist living in the United States, paints a work inspired by Picasso's canvas of Guernica, the Basque city bombed on 26 April 1937, on a bridge destroyed in Irpin, near Kyiv.
A camp setup up for refugees arriving from Ukraine to Moldova at the Palanca border crossing. For the second day in a row, explosions rocked the separatist region of Trans-Dniester in Moldova, knocking out two powerful radio antennas close to the Ukrainian border and further heightening fears of a broader conflict erupting across Europe.