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A Ukrainian family builds a new life in Berlin

By DW
27 December 2022   |   12:09 pm
More than 1 million Ukrainians have settled in Germany since the start of the war. According to a new study, many Ukrainians are actually integrating well and quickly. DW's Emily Gordine met with a young family who came to Germany in March.

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