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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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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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'I focused on survival': Mariupol escapee speaks of her month in hell
Alina Beskrovna, a 31-year-old finance expert and Mariupol native, survived the first month of the siege in the city, managing to unexpectedly save herself, her mother, and their three cats in late March.
NGOs call on EU to clampdown on trafficking as millions flee Ukraine
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“Nobody could ever expect, believe or anticipate something like this. These are horror stories — what is going on in Mariupol, what is going on in Chernihiv, in Kharkiv. It’s unimaginable.”
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Going home to war: Why are more Ukrainian refugees now turning back?
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“I didn’t know how many people, I didn’t know who was arriving -- I just said yes,” said Alina Sobczak.
Traffickers and online trolls target Facebook Ukrainian refugee group
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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.”
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“We saw the fear and the uncertainty in people’s eyes, we saw people who must have passed unimaginable horrors."
Watch: How the EU will use an untested law to support Ukraine refugees
The Temporary Protection Directive will mean no restrictions on Ukrainians working or getting their children into school.
EU agrees to trigger never-before-used law to host Ukrainian refugees
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Brussels will apply a never-used EU law to host Ukrainian refugees
The 2001 EU directive will allow member states to grant temporary protection to those fleeing the war in Ukraine.
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