‘I’m pregnant, I left my husband behind’: the people forced to flee Putin’s war in Ukraine – video

Otaci is a Moldovan border town, on the opposite side of the Dniester river lies the Ukrainian city of Mohyliv-Podilskyi. As refugees spill over the bridge that links the two, local people are rallying together to provide them with warm food, shelter, internet and free onward travel in cars and taxis. Since Putin’s invasion of Ukraine started on 24 February, more than 1 million people have fled across the closest borders. The conflict could see the ‘largest refugee crisis this century’, the UN refugee agency has warned, with up to 4 million people fleeing the country in the coming weeks and months. So far, more than 98,000 refugees have entered Moldova, Europe’s poorest countryRussia-Ukraine war: latest news Embraced or pushed back: on the Polish border, sadly, not all refugees are welcome Continue reading…

Otaci is a Moldovan border town, on the opposite side of the Dniester river lies the Ukrainian city of Mohyliv-Podilskyi. As refugees spill over the bridge that links the two, local people are rallying together to provide them with warm food, shelter, internet and free onward travel in cars and taxis. 

Since Putin’s invasion of Ukraine started on 24 February, more than 1 million people have fled across the closest borders. The conflict could see the ‘largest refugee crisis this century’, the UN refugee agency has warned, with up to 4 million people fleeing the country in the coming weeks and months. So far, more than 98,000 refugees have entered Moldova, Europe’s poorest country

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