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LVIV, Ukraine — Irina, a middle-aged woman from the eastern Ukrainian town of Dnipro, burst into tears and kept apologizing. Every now and then she would suppress her crying, but as she stumbled through what she wanted to say, tears would flow again.
“I have lost my home. Friends have been killed. My husband is in Ukraine fighting. They are killing men, women and children. For what reason?” she said. “And why isn’t the world helping?”
The hotel receptionist in Krakow offered Irina a box of tissues. This wasn’t the moment to suggest the world is doing quite a lot
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