On Watching Clarissa Ward Report From Ukraine 

In a subway station turned into an impromptu bomb shelter in Kharkiv, Ukraine, CNN chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward walks past a toddler in pale pink overalls. She passes a family huddling around their pet dog. A young couple are entwined in each other’s arms nearby on the ground. An elderly man walks the choked pathway, steering a young child. 

A woman, accompanied by her parents, stops to tell Ward about waking up to the sound of explosions that morning. “It cannot be true,” the woman says, crying. 


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