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War in Ukraine: UNHCR estimates 2.2 million people have now fled the country

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The number of people fleeing Ukraine since the Russian invasion began has probably now reached 2.1-2.2 million people, the head of the United Nation's refugee agency UNHCR said on Wednesday (March 9). Matthew Saltmarsh, a spokesperson for the UNHCR, spoke to FRANCE 24.

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