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Refugees from Ukraine, including dozens of children and two women with their cats, camped overnight at a train station in neighboring Poland after fleeing Russia’s invasion on Thursday.

“I come from Kyiv. I heard the explosions next to my building … and I quickly packed, I took almost everything with me,” said Olha, a 36-year-old teacher at the Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, who gave only her first name.

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