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    For Ukraine War’s Displaced, No End in Sighti
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    March 03, 2016 12:54 PM
    Two years later, with Western sanctions and two peace agreements failing to stop Russia’s intervention, the war continues and many displaced Ukrainians see little hope that they will get to go home soon. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez has the story of one woman and her realistic approach to what some see as a hopeless situation.

    For Ukraine War’s Displaced, No End in Sight

    Published March 03, 2016

    Two years later, with Western sanctions and two peace agreements failing to stop Russia’s intervention, the war continues and many displaced Ukrainians see little hope that they will get to go home soon. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez has the story of one woman and her realistic approach to what some see as a hopeless situation.


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