Russian photographer offers jarring images of war

A HEAVILY SHELL-SHOCKED Ukrainian soldier shows the horror and exhaustion of war after escaping a military encirclement of Debaltsevo, Artyomovsk, Donetsk region, Ukraine on Feb. 18, 2015. Photographer Dmitri Beliakov took this and thousands of other photos during five years of covering the war in Ukraine. Photo by Dmitri Beliakov

Russian photographer Dmitri Beliakov — a candid critic of his nation’s leader, Vladimir Putin — gave a rapt audience at Lincoln Library a window into his five-year experience covering the war in Ukraine and the horrors that conflict continues to produce.

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