Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), controlled by Russians, is seen across the river from Nikopol, Ukraine. After the Kakhovka dam destruction, the Dnipro River water level dropped significantly, showing the bottom of what used to be a Kakhovka reservoir. ZNPP, cooling from the Dnipro's water, is under threat of the incident.

The dog in the middle of the flood

The dog named Jina hugs her rescuer after she was saved from the flooded streets of Kherson, Ukraine, On June 6, the Russian Federation blew a Kakhovka Dam on the Dnipro River in Southern Ukraine. It caused a catastrophic flood in more than 80 villages and cities, as Ukrainian officials report.

Serhii Korovainyi

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Serhii Korovainyi is a photojournalist covering the Russian-Ukrainian war. A frequent contributor to Wall Street Journal. Also worked with Time, Washington Post, The Guardian, Financial Times, and others. In personal projects, Serhii focuses on the topics of conflict, environmental issues, refugees, healthcare, etc.