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In Ukraine, Female War Reporters Build on Legacy of Pioneers

This image taken from video provided by CNN shows Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward reporting from inside a subway station in Kharkiv, Ukraine. (CNN via AP)
This image taken from video provided by CNN shows Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward reporting from inside a subway station in Kharkiv, Ukraine. (CNN via AP)
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Los Angeles (AP) -- Clarissa Ward interrupted her live TV report on Ukrainian refugees to help a distraught older man, then a woman, down a steep and explosion-mangled path, gently urging them on in their language.

A day later, Lynsey Addario, a photographer for The New York Times, captured a grim image of a Russian mortar attack’s immediate outcome: the bodies of a mother and her two children crumpled on a road, amid their suitcase, backpacks and a pet carrier.