A horrific outcome to a grim photo from Ukraine - Poynter

It shows not just the gruesome realities of war, but that Russia will stop at nothing in its attack of Ukraine.

AP journalists had video and photos outside the hospital after the attack. Chernov wrote, “It was among the most brutal moments so far in Russia’s now 19-day-old war in Ukraine. The woman was taken to another hospital, closer to the front line, where doctors tried to save her. Realizing she was losing her baby, medics said, she had cried out to them, ‘Kill me now!’”

A View From Ukraine's Front Lines

Evgeny Maloletka is one of TIME's 2015 Eddie Adams Workshop award recipients

For photojournalist Evgeniy Maloletka, the fallout of the Ukrainian revolution hits close to home — Berdyansk city in southeast Ukraine, to be exact. As the war zone expands, inching closer to his hometown, he documenting not only the historical changes as they unfold — massive riot attacks and anti-government protests that have left disheveled city centers and countless deaths — but also the quiet moments of men who volunteered to be involved in the conflict