They Escaped Ukraine. But Their Ordeal Has Just Begun.
They arrived in Poland after a grueling 33 hours on multiple trains in which their children slept in the aisles with hundreds of others. The vast majority of those on the move are women and children, separated from their boyfriends, husbands and fathers because able-bodied men 18 to 60 years old are prohibited by Ukraine’s government from leaving.
The reality is dawning on many Ukrainian refugees, as well as their hosts in Poland and four other countries to Ukraine’s west, that this crisis will not end soon.
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