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Yuliia Paievska, known as Taira, looks in the mirror and turns off her camera in Mariupol, Ukraine on Feb. 27, 2022. Using a body camera, she recorded her team's frantic efforts to bring people back from the brink of death. (Yuliia Paievska via AP)

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A Ukrainian medical evacuation helicopter lands in front of Yuliia Paievska, known as Taira, in Mariupol, Ukraine, on Feb. 27, 2022. Using a body camera, she recorded her team's frantic efforts to bring people back from the brink of death. (Yuliia Paievska via AP)

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Emergency personnel work on an injured person with Yuliia Paievska, known as Taira, in Mariupol, Ukraine, on March 6, 2022. Using a body camera, she recorded her team's frantic efforts to bring people back from the brink of death. (Yuliia Paievska via AP)

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Two injured Russian soldiers, left and right, arrive at a hospital to be treated on March 10, 2022, in Mariupol, Ukraine. "They will not be as kind to us as we'll be to them," Yuliia Paievska, known as Taira, says about treating the soldiers. "But I couldn't do otherwise. They are prisoners of war." (Yuliia Paievska via AP)

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Yuliia Paievska, known as Taira, closes the eyes of a boy that died on Feb. 26, 2022, Mariupol, Ukraine. Using a body camera, she recorded her team's frantic efforts to bring people back from the brink of death. (Yuliia Paievska via AP)

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In this 2018 photo provided by the Invictus Games Team Ukraine, Yuliia Paievska, known as Taira, pauses in the pool during trials in Kyiv, Ukraine. Taira was a member of the Ukraine Invictus Games for military veterans, where she was set to compete in archery and swimming. Invictus said she was a military medic from 2018 to 2020 but has since been demobilized. (Invictus Games Team Ukraine via AP)

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In this 2018 photo provided by the Invictus Games Team Ukraine, Yuliia Paievska, known as Taira, speaks to the media during trials in Kyiv, Ukraine. Taira was a member of the Ukraine Invictus Games for military veterans, where she was set to compete in archery and swimming. Invictus said she was a military medic from 2018 to 2020 but has since been demobilized. (Invictus Games Team Ukraine via AP)