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Tom Mutch

100 Days of Tragedy and Triumph

, 3 June 2022
In the first instalment of two reports on Russia’s invasion, Tom Mutch describes the barbarity of Putin’s aggression, and the resilience of Ukraine and its people

EXCLUSIVE ‘War Is War But You Need to Carry on Living’: The Beginning of the Rebuilding of Ukraine

, 29 April 2022
A trip through the ruined towns around Kyiv is a story of resilience in the face of horror, finds Tom Mutch

‘Trapped in a Cocoon of my Own Grief’: Putin’s Promise of ‘Liberation’ Brings Terror to Donbas

, 4 April 2022
Tom Mutch reports on the plight of Ukrainian families that remain trapped in Russian-controlled enclaves

EXCLUSIVE 28 Days: 28 Pictures - Documenting the War in Ukraine

, 25 March 2022
Tom Mutch has spent the first month of Russia’s war against Ukraine depicting the lives of ordinary people facing Vladimir Putin's onslaught, and it is a portrait of both horror and hope

Ukraine Under Siege: ‘We’ve Been at War Here for Eight Years Already!’

, 18 February 2022
As Kremlin controlled media reports explosions in separatist-held regions of Ukraine, Tom Mutch reports from Mariupol, the port at the frontline of the country's conflict with Russia

‘The West Will Fight Russia. To the Last Drop of Ukrainian Blood!’

, 12 February 2022
Ukrainians across the country try to live life as normal while they prepare for war against Russia alone, reports Tom Mutch from Kyiv

Violence Continues: Inside the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan

, 8 November 2021
Tom Mutch reports from Kabul as the Taliban face an insurgency from the Isis-inspired jihadi movement, ISIS-K

Beirut’s Ashes: One Year After the Port Explosion, Lebanon is On its Deathbed

, 18 August 2021
Tom Mutch reports from Beirut on the deteriorating living conditions for most Lebanese people and the fury towards its political class, following the explosion which rocked the country’s capital a year ago

The Murdered and the Martyred: Armenia’s Political And Spiritual Crisis

, 18 May 2021
Six months after losing the Nagorno-Karabakh war, Armenia is a nation in crisis. With the US recognition of the Genocide, Tom Mutch asks whether they can begin to heal

‘We Are Waiting for Patients to Die so Others Can Have Their Beds’: Lebanon’s Medics Tell Their Story

, 16 April 2021
First-hand testimony from Lebanon's young healthcare workers reveals the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on the country

EXCLUSIVE Rage and Grief as Armenia Loses its War With Azerbaijan

, 12 November 2020
After many bloody battles Armenia has lost its war with Azerbaijan, now the country is grappling with where to go from here. Tom Mutch reports from the country's capital

EXCLUSIVE ‘Don’t Happy, Be Worry’ - Intense Fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan

, 2 November 2020
After a month of conflict and three failed ceasefires, Armenians gird themselves for a punishing winter war. Tom Mutch reports from the frontline around Stepanakert

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