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Tears, blood and courage: when war came to Ukraine
This edition of Witness is dedicated to the first two weeks of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Euronews reporter Valérie Gauriat travelled to Kyiv and Lviv in the west of the country, gathering testimonies. This is her first-person account of the early stages of the war.
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Kalush Orchestra, the favourites to win this year's Eurovision Song Contest, put on a special performance for Ukrainian refugees in Jerusalem
How the Czech Republic's Vietnamese community is rallying for refugees
More than 5,000 Vietnamese nationals have also left Ukraine for neighboring countries. In the Czech Republic, they have been welcomed.
Germany reports rise in attacks on Russian and Ukrainian nationals
Two men were arrested over the weekend for provoking Ukrainian refugees with pro-Russian slogans.
Pope prays for kindness to refugees as he wraps Malta visit
Pope Francis prayed for the world to show more kindness and compassion to refugees as he paid tribute Sunday in Malta to the shipwrecked St. Paul and meets with migrants who, like the apostle, arrived on the Mediterranean island and were welcomed.
Thousands continue to flee Russian bombardment of Mariupol
As the Russia shells major Ukrainian cities, neighbouring countries prepare help the exodus of refugees caused by the conflict.
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Among the millions of Ukrainians fleeing the war, many are in need of medical treatment, like pregnant women and sick children.
'If you are Black you can walk': Africans are facing racism in Ukraine
Africans have faced racial discrimination while trying to flee Ukraine, but this is not an isolated issue. Systematic racism has set Africans up to receive maltreatment, even in times of crisis.
Przemysl continues to receive thousands of people fleeing from Ukraine
The small railway station of Przemysl, on the border of Poland with Ukraine, has become one of the main entry points into Poland for Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war and the place where thousands of refugees wait every day for their onward journey to other cities.
UN figure of four million Ukraine refugees exceeds worst-case estimate
Ukrainians who have fled abroad from Russia's war on their country see nothing from this week's peace talks to give them confidence it may be safe to return.
Pope Francis meets Ukrainian children
At the end of Wednesday's general audience in the Vatican, Pope Francis greeted children from Ukraine.
A docked ferry has become a floating hotel for Ukrainian refugees
One of the largest ships in the Corsica Linea fleet has become a floating hotel for the millions of refugees fleeing the Russian invasion.
Metro stations have become the home of Kharkiv residents
In Kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city, people have been living in the metro for a month due to shelling.
Going home to war: Why are more Ukrainian refugees now turning back?
More than 3.9 million Ukrainians have fled since Russia's invasion. But at the Poland-Ukraine border town of Przemyśl, more are now heading back than leaving.
Film shot in Ukraine takes aim at Russian homophobia
The first film highlighted homophobia in sport but now directors are taking aim at Putin's homophobia, as their Ukrainian cast and crew take up arms.
Ukrainian refugees continue entering Poland
The rate of refugees arriving here has slowed from a peak in early March of some 155,000 – 160,000 daily arrivals to around 30,000 in recent days.
How past horrors are pushing Polish Jews to help fleeing Ukrainians
“I didn’t know how many people, I didn’t know who was arriving -- I just said yes,” said Alina Sobczak.
'Solidarity on all levels': French company brings employees from Kyiv
Lener Cordier relocates staff from its factory in Kyiv to the north of France as Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues.
Volunteers from around the globe are going to Hungary to help refugees
When they travelled to Hungary to help refugees from Ukraine, volunteers from Israel had no plan beforehand.
'Your freedom is ours', Biden assures Duda during Poland visit
On his last day in Poland, US President Joe Biden met with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda, and high-level Ukrainian officials.