07. Oktober 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Ukrainische Flüchtlinge in Russland · Kategorien: Ukraine · Tags:


„Floods of Ukrainian refugees seek new life in Russia“

By Olesya Astakhova

(Reuters) – After three days trapped in a cellar by shelling, Svetlana and Sergei Divenko left their home in eastern Ukraine and fled to Russia with their two children and a single bag.

The two-day, 250-km (150-mile) car journey from the city of Slaviansk to the quiet provincial city of Belgorod in June was the most hazardous of their life, taking them across territory hit by fighting and through six checkpoints.

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07. Oktober 2014 · Kommentare deaktiviert für Alarm Phone +334 86 51 71 61 · Kategorien: Alarm Phone

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For Boatpeople in Distress at Sea and in Cases of Pushback

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