Ukrainian refugees arrive in Poland
01 March 2022 | 12:52 pm
Tens of thousands of civilians have been fleeing Ukraine for Poland, many on packed trains arriving at the border city of Przemysl. Most of those arriving at the train station in the southeastern city are women and children, as well as some elderly people.
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