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Two and a half million refugees have already fled Ukraine, thousands more leaving the country each hour now, as Russians inch closer to Kyiv. One and a half million of those civilians who fled are now in Poland. Volunteers there, despite Herculean effort, are struggling to meet the soaring demand for very basic supplies. Alex Hogan is in the eastern part of the country with the details there. Hi, Alex. Hi, Gillian. As you mentioned, two and a half million people have fled Ukraine and 1.6 millio...
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