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More than 2 million have fled Ukraine war as refugees: UN

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The number of refugees who have fled Ukraine since the Russian army invaded on February 24 has exceeded two million, says Paul Dillon, spokesman for the International Organization for Migration (IOM), at a press conference of UN agencies in Geneva. SOUNDBITE

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