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‘Falling Into Emptiness’: Ukrainian Families Feel the Pain of Separation


MEDYKA, Poland — Iryna Dukhota has been married to her husband for 26 years. She met him when they were young, as he was riding his bike through her neighborhood in Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital.

But a few days ago, on a gray, windswept morning, with thousands of people rushing around them, the couple stood at the Ukraine-Poland border, lips quivering. After all these years, it was time to say goodbye.

“I told him ‘I love you’ and ‘We will see each other soon,’” Ms. Dukhota said, her…



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