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“It is an amazing mobilisation that I’ve never seen before in my life. Everyone I know is in some way involved.”
In Poland, a pianist plays to "spread peace through music".
Davide Martello, a German pianist, plays the piano by the Ukrainian border in the Polish city of Medyka to "spread the message of peace through music".
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Dozens of volunteers from around the world have traveled to the small Polish town of Medyka at the border with Ukraine to help refugees, mostly women and children who are fleeing the violence.
Poland finds European convention 'incompatible' with constitution
A Polish court said the European Convention on Human Rights was partly incompatible with the constitution.
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Full of fear and foreboding, meet the refugees who have fled Ukraine
"Innocent people are dying. Tanks are shooting everywhere. A young girl, 18 yrs old is standing there with a machine gun. It’s horrible."
Separating families say goodbye at Kyiv's train station
The stream of women and children fleeing the capital continues as men of fighting age remain behind to face the might of Russia's military.
'I had to run from my country': Distraught Ukrainians arrive in Poland
More than 1.2 million people have left Ukraine since the fighting began, with most crossing the border into neighbouring Poland.
Aid groups mobilize at Ukraine borders
More than a million people have now fled Ukraine following Russia's invasion, in what was described as the swiftest refugee exodus this century by the UN refugee agency.
More than 1.3m have now fled Ukraine. Here's where they went
Of the million, around 400 chose to head north to Belarus.
Emergency shelter in Lviv helps Ukrainians as they flee to Poland
In Lviv, western Ukraine, thousands are spending the night at this emergency shelter before moving on to Poland.
Pope thanks Poland for 'opening borders and hearts' to Ukrainians
More than 660,000 Ukrainians had fled to neighbouring countries by 1 March with Poland welcoming more than half of them.
Ukraine: Johnson pledges support but says UK 'will not fight' Russians
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