Fear, uncertainty grip Ukraine as Russian threat looms

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Washington Post published this video item, entitled “Fear, uncertainty grip Ukraine as Russian threat looms” – below is their description.

On a Jan. 26 train ride from Kyiv to Kharkiv, in the east of the country, Ukrainians gave voice to their anxiety over a possible conflict with Russia. They don’t know what they will do in the event of an invasion, they said, and are appealing to Europe and the United States for help. Read more: https://wapo.st/3o1yAfc.

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