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Ukraine is becoming a scrapheap for Russian tanks

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  1. Ukraine is becoming a scrapheap for Russian tanks

  2. A destroyed Russian tank is seen near the village of Dolyna in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, September 23.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  3. Destroyed Russian tank and Armored Personnel Carriers (APC) are seen in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, September 20.  REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  4. A local resident rides a bicycle past abandoned Russian tanks in the village of Kurylivka, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, October 1.  REUTERS/Vitalii Hnidyi

  5. A view shows destroyed Russian tanks and armored vehicles in the recently liberated town of Lyman, Donetsk region, Ukraine, October 5. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

  6. Ukrainian servicemen repair a Russian tank captured during a counteroffensive operation near the Russian border, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, September 20.  REUTERS/Sofiia Gatilova

  7. A Russian national flag lies on the ground near a destroyed Russian tank in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, September 14. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  8. A destroyed Russian tank is seen on a road in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, October 2.  REUTERS/Vladyslav Musiienko

  9. A view of destroyed Russian tanks and armored vehicles in the recently liberated town of Lyman, Donesk region, Ukraine, October 5. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

  10. A destroyed Russian tank is seen in a field in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, October 2.  REUTERS/Vladyslav Musiienko

  11. Police officers take a selfie on a destroyed Russian tank in the town of Izium, recently liberated by Ukrainian Armed Forces, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, September 14. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  12. Destroyed Russian tanks and military vehicles are seen dumped in Bucha, Ukraine, May 16, 2022.  REUTERS/Jorge Silva

  13. A child stands on a destroyed Russian tank near Makariv, Kyiv region, Ukraine May 7. REUTERS/Mikhail Palinchak

  14. Destroyed Russian tanks and military vehicles are seen dumped in Bucha, Ukraine, May 16.  REUTERS/Jorge Silva

  15. Ukrainian soldiers walk next to destroyed Russian tanks and armored vehicles in Bucha, in Kyiv region, Ukraine, April 6. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

  16. Destroyed Russian tanks and military vehicles are seen dumped in Bucha, Ukraine, May 16.  REUTERS/Jorge Silva

  17. Wrecks of a Russian Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC) and military vehicles are seen near Kyiv, March 29. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  18. A Russian main battle tank T-90M Proryv destroyed by Ukrainian Armed Forces near the village of Staryi Saltiv, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, May 9. REUTERS/Vitalii Hnidyi

  19. People pose for a picture in front of the debris of Russian military machinery destroyed in the village of Rusaniv, Kyiv region, Ukraine, April 25. REUTERS/Vladyslav Musiienko

  20. Destroyed Russian military vehicles are seen on a street in the settlement of Borodyanka, in the Kyiv region, March 3. REUTERS/Maksim Levin

  21. Destroyed Russian tanks are seen in the Sumy region, Ukraine, March 7. Irina Rybakova/Press service of the Ukrainian Ground Forces

  22. Scavengers search for useful metal parts in a destroyed Russian tank outside Kyiv, April 20. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

  23. A Ukrainian service member inspects the remains of a destroyed Russian T-72 tank in the village of Lukianivka, in Kyiv region, Ukraine, March 27.  REUTERS/Serhii Nuzhnenko

  24. A soldier takes a photograph of his comrade as he poses beside a destroyed Russian tank and armored vehicles in Bucha, Kyiv region, Ukraine, April 2. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

  25. A destroyed Russian tank's turret is seen stuck in the ground in Zalissia, Kyiv region, Ukraine, May 3. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

  26. A man jumps from a Russian T-72 tank in the village of Yahidne, Ukraine, April 20.  REUTERS/Vladyslav Musiienko

  27. A charred Russian tank is seen on the front line in the Kyiv region, Ukraine, March 20. Ukrainian Ground Forces/via REUTERS

  28. A charred Russian tank is seen, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in the Sumy region, Ukraine, March 7. Irina Rybakova/Press service of the Ukrainian Ground Forces

  29. A Ukrainian serviceman stands near the wreck of a Russian Armored Personnel Carrier on the front line in the Kyiv region, Ukraine, March 28. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  30. A police officer films a damaged Russian artillery tank in Trostianets, Sumy region, Ukraine, April 15. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

  31. A destroyed Russian armored fighting vehicle in the village of Lukianivka, in Kyiv region, Ukraine, March 27.  REUTERS/Serhii Nuzhnenko

  32. A Russian main battle tank T-90M Proryv destroyed by Ukrainian Armed Forces is seen near the village of Staryi Saltiv, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, May 9. REUTERS/Vitalii Hnidyi

  33. Wrecks of Russian Armored Personnel Carriers (APC) in the north Kyiv region, March 28, 2022.REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  34. Ukrainian servicemen are seen next to a destroyed armored vehicle, which they said belongs to the Russian army, outside Kharkiv, February 24. REUTERS/Maksim Levin

  35. A wreck of a Russian Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC) on the front line in the Kyiv region, Ukraine, March 28. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  36. A destroyed Russian tank is seen beside a house in Dmytrivka village, west of Kyiv, April 1. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

  37. A Ukrainian service member stands next to destroyed Russian military vehicles in the village of Dmytrivka in Kyiv region, April 1.  REUTERS/Oleksandr Klymenko

  38. An interior view shows a destroyed Russian Army all-terrain infantry mobility vehicle Tigr-M (Tiger) on a road in Kharkiv, Ukraine, February 28. REUTERS/Vitaliy Gnidyi

  39. A view shows destroyed Russian tanks and armored vehicles in the recently liberated town of Lyman, Donetsk region, Ukraine, October 5, 2022. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

  40. The wreck of a Russian tank is seen in the village of Lukyanivka outside Kyiv, Ukraine, March 27. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

  41. A Ukrainian soldier looks at part of a destroyed Russian military vehicle, in the village of Husarivka, in Kharkiv region, Ukraine, April 14. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis

  42. Destroyed Russian tanks and military vehicles are seen dumped in Bucha, Ukraine, May 16. REUTERS/Jorge Silva