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How Ukraine is getting world aid to fight against Russia

By Guardian Exclusive
02 March 2022   |   2:39 pm
As the war between Ukraine and Russia continues to escalate, several countries across the world are sending aid to Kyiv. Here are countries sending aid and weapons to Ukraine.

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