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Fact check: Ukrainian protesters were not dragged off a road in Italy
A misleading video has falsely claimed that Italian citizens were physically removing Ukrainian refugees from blocked roads, "frustrated" with anti-war protests.
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Euronews explores claims spread online that Ukrainian refugees were invited to stay at a former Nazi concentration camp in Germany.
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Around two-thirds of refugees from Ukraine expect to stay in their host countries until hostilities subside and the security situation improves after Russia's invasion, a survey by the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR has found.
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The Lemkin Centre, named after the Polish scientist who coined the term genocide, hopes the gathered testimonies will be used in future war crimes court cases.
Dublin rejects capping refugee arrivals amid housing crisis claims
"We will take in as many Ukrainian citizens fleeing the brutal war foisted upon them through no fault of their own as we must. We will not introduce any caps in that regard."
Governor of Donetsk urges more than 350,000 residents to flee
Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko told reporters that getting people out of Donetsk province is necessary to save lives and enable the Ukrainian army to better defend towns from the Russian advance, with Russia escalating its offensive.
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Europol operation targets online trafficking of Ukrainian refugees
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How Ukrainians are overcoming the barriers to Europe's jobs market
Ukrainians fleeing Russia’s war in their country have the right to live and work in the EU for up to three years - but how difficult is it to find a job? And what does this influx of refugees mean for Europe’s workforce and economy?
UN says climate change and Ukraine war driving up refugee numbers
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Doctored headline wrongly says 500m refugees about to arrive in Europe
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"Why did you leave?": The intergenerational questions on immigration
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Ai Weiwei piece 'Arch' installed in central Stockholm
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'Durable' truce needed for Sievierodonetsk evacuation — refugee chief
Thousands of civilians remain trapped in Ukraine's devastated eastern city of Sievierodonetsk, with supplies of food and clean water running low.
Back on track: Ukraine uses sleeper trains to rehouse war-hit locals
Dubbed the "Iron City", the former sleeper train is composed of five wagons, which can accommodate up to 25 families
Refugees in Rwanda warn of challenges ahead for arrivals from UK
With Britain set to send its first group of asylum-seekers to Rwanda later today, some refugees already in the country are warning that times may be hard for the new arrivals.
Europe urged not to neglect other refugees amid focus on Ukraine
NGOs want the EU to use its welcoming of Ukrainian refugees as a blueprint for helping others fleeing conflict around the world.
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Fake video claims Ukrainian refugees set fire to a house in Germany
A video shared thousands of times on social media falsely accuses Ukrainian refugees for having set fire to a house in Germany while attempting to burn the Russian flag.
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A caravan of 4,000 to 5,000 migrants crossed southern Mexico on Tuesday in search of a visa to enter the United States.
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Ukrainian refugees bring new life to Spain's rural villages
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Ukrainian mothers photographed with the belongings they fled with
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