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Foreign Students Share Stories of Mistreatment While Fleeing Ukraine

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By Nailah Morgan and Rex Sakamoto March 1, 2022

As hundreds of thousands of people fled Ukraine amid Russia’s invasion, some international students said they were mistreated by authorities and that Ukrainians received preferential treatment while traveling on trains and crossing borders.

Original story from https://www.nytimes.com

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