Ukranian city grapples with surge of refugees and eager volunteers
05 March 2022 | 3:13 pm
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has changed the lives of many Ukrainians. DW reporter Oleksandr Kunyzkyj visited the western city of Lviv which has seen thousands of people arriving from different parts of the country.
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