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War in Ukraine: UN says more than 2 million people have fled the country

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More than two million people have fled Ukraine since Russia launched its full-scale invasion less than two weeks ago, the United Nations said Tuesday (March 8). Poland alone has received nearly half of all those fleeing Ukraine, with Tuesday's figures showing that 1.2 million had crossed into the country in the past 13 days. FRANCE 24's Magdalena Chodownik tells us more, reporting from Przemysl.

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