Ukraine war: African students face Russian missiles and racism
07 April 2022 | 7:54 am
African students who have fled the war in Ukraine say the racism they face is making a bad situation worse. DW's Tobore Ovuorie has kept in touch with several of them as they go about seeking refuge in Europe.
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