Everyday in the People’s Republic of Donetsk
The death toll has passed 10 000 and the conflict in eastern Ukraine has no end in sight.
Bit still, life continues for the ones who have survived and stayed in the self proclaimed state known as the People’s Republic of Donetsk.
Cadets poses in their leave uniforms.
One of the older cadets is waiting for the younger ones to start their day.
Womens day celebrations at a restaurant in central Donetsk.
The Makovetsky’s, a miners family in Makeevka.
A child and its mother is playing outside a mine in Kyivsky district. The entrence to the mine is barricaded with bags of sand.
Gymnastics at the cadet school for boys between 14 and 16.
A new window stands ready in the Kyivsky district, close to the Donetsk airport.
Danil Faschenko (16) in his room in Makeevka where he lives with his mother and grandmother. Danil spends six dags a week at the cadet school in Donetsk.
The father of Danil is a proud Afghan veteran.
At the Makovetsky family.
A loud greeting suprises the staff at the Military Lyceum.
Children at the rebuilt kindergarten,about 3 kilometers from Donetsk airport, is getting electric treatment.
A curious neigbour stops to watch as Danil is throwing knives.
The Putilovsky bridge heading to Donetsk Airport was destroyed during fighting in january 2015.
Flower shop in central Donetsk.
The sounds of the war kicks of as Danil rides his mountainbike.