Holocaust survivors find refuge from Ukraine war in Germany

Jewish organisations have helped evacuate 50 Holocaust survivors from Ukraine since Russia's invasion on 24 February, 2022. Image: Unsplash/Josh Appel

Tilman Blasshofer

Television News Producer, Thomson Reuters

Sarah Marsh

Reuters, Journalist


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Holocaust survivor Raisa Valiushkevych journeyed 72 hours to flee the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Image: Thomson Reuters/REUTERS/Timm Reichert

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