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Ukrainians: East Slavic ethnic group
Ukrainians are an East Slavic ethnic group native to Ukraine. The native language of the Ukrainians is Ukrainian. The majority of Ukrainians are Eastern Orthodox Christians, some Ukrainians are also Greek Catholic Christians.

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'Act of resistance': Ukrainians living near front line amid war [Video]

'Act of resistance': Ukrainians living near front line amid war

Credit: FRANCE 24 English     Duration: 01:59Published
Ukrainians split over mobilisation amid move to lower draft [Video]

Ukrainians split over mobilisation amid move to lower draft

Credit: FRANCE 24 English     Duration: 03:07Published
'Running out': NATO head urges allies to step up military supplies to Ukraine [Video]

'Running out': NATO head urges allies to step up military supplies to Ukraine

"Ukrainians are not running out of courage, they are running out of ammunition," said Jens Stoltenberg

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:00Published
Italian NGO helps re-home Ukrainian refugees [Video]

Italian NGO helps re-home Ukrainian refugees

Nearly 900 Ukrainians from Lviv have found temporary accommodation in Italy.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:11Published
How many Ukrainians benefit from temporary protection in the EU? [Video]

How many Ukrainians benefit from temporary protection in the EU?

Germany and Poland host the most Ukrainian refugees compared to other EU countries.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:06Published
Ukrainians and Russians in Berlin in solidarity against war [Video]

Ukrainians and Russians in Berlin in solidarity against war

Last weekend marked the second grim anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Many people around the world commemorated this day by taking to the streets in big cities.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:02Published

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King criticises Russia's 'indescribable aggression' on second anniversary of Ukraine war

The King has criticised Russia's "indescribable aggression" and praised Ukrainians for their "true valour" on the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion.
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'I miss our roots': Ukrainians on what the refugee scheme extension means for them

Ludmila misses her parents and longs to return home to Ukraine. 
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Ukrainians offered 18-month visa extension to stay in UK

Ukrainians who sought sanctuary in the UK after Russia's invasion will be granted an 18-month visa under a new extension scheme.
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Megan Fox Angers Ukrainian Women with Response to Taylor and Travis Pic

You'd think Megan Fox is Vladimir Putin the way Ukrainians are comin' for her -- they're pissed off about a self-deprecating comment she made, but Megan thinks everyone just needs to lighten the hell..
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'Hurt' Ukraine feels world is forgetting our war - Svitolina column

In her latest BBC Sport column, Wimbledon semi-finalist Elina Svitolina says Ukrainians feel people have forgotten about the war and the impact of the Russian invasion.
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Ukraine to celebrate Christmas on 25 December for first time

Many Ukrainians are preparing to celebrate Christmas on 25 December for the first time.
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'I don't want to go from one war to another': Ukrainians in Gaza await evacuation

Dozens of Ukrainians have been evacuated from the Gaza Strip, according to President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, as Israel remains vague over reports of pauses in fighting.
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'Chess saved my life': The Ukrainians and Russians now making moves for England

"Chess saved my life," Kamila says.
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How 'presidential' Usyk brings joy to the battlefield

From soldiers watching his fights on the battlefields to a role model who could win presidential election - how Oleksandr Usyk brings joy to Ukrainians.
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Ukrainians travel to Liverpool for Pride march

Hundreds of LGBT+ Ukrainians took to the streets of Liverpool as the city hosted Pride on behalf of their country's capital, Kyiv.
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Nuclear plant in enemy hands is cause of deep concern for Ukraine - never more so than now

It was a nerve-wracking night for Ukrainians and the anxiety goes on.
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Ukrainian football legend backs Olympic ban on Russian athletes

Andriy Shevchenko is more familiar representing Ukrainians as a sporting icon than any form of statesman. 
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Russia civil unrest triggered by Wagner mercenary mutiny offers hope to Ukrainians

russia civil unrest triggered by wagner mercenary mutiny offers hope to ukrainians
After a year and a half of unrelenting gloom, finally news for Ukrainians to celebrate.
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Eat, Pray, Love author delays novel after criticism from Ukrainians

eat, pray, love author delays novel after criticism from ukrainians
The author of the hit novel Eat, Pray, Love has announced she is delaying publication of her latest book following criticism from Ukrainian readers as it is set in Russia.
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'We barely made it': Elderly Ukrainians weep after escaping floodwaters and Russian fire

'we barely made it': elderly ukrainians weep after escaping floodwaters and russian fire
There was a steady stream of boat landings throughout the day in Kherson city in southern Ukraine as the rescue efforts were ramped up to reach those stranded by floodwaters.
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Terror and desperation inside Bakhmut's blackened nightmare as Ukrainians refuse to yield

terror and desperation inside bakhmut's blackened nightmare as ukrainians refuse to yield
It is a long, nervy and treacherous walk to the frontline trenches around Bakhmut.
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'Losing the best of us' - war deaths relentless but Ukrainians won't be broken

'losing the best of us' - war deaths relentless but ukrainians won't be broken
In the vast windswept cemetery on the outskirts of Dnipro low clouds drift and mist drizzles over the graves of the fallen in this war.
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Star Wars star Mark Hamill helping warn Ukrainians of Russian air strikes

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Star Wars star Mark Hamill is lending his voice to an air raid alert app to warn Ukrainians of incoming Russian bombardments.
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Runner to complete London Marathon backwards

runner to complete london marathon backwards
A dad who previously crawled the London Marathon while dressed as a gorilla is to walk the entire race backwards in aid of Ukrainians affected by the ongoing war with Russia.
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Thousands of Eurovision tickets made available for Ukrainian refugees

Thousands of tickets for the Eurovision Song Contest will be allocated to displaced Ukrainians living in the UK.
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Ukrainians recite 'You'll Never Walk Alone' lyrics in powerful film to mark anniversary

ukrainians recite 'you'll never walk alone' lyrics in powerful film to mark anniversary
The lyrics of "You'll Never Walk Alone" have been recited by Ukrainian people in a powerful film to mark the first anniversary of Russia's invasion.
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'It's not life, it's just hell': Grief-stricken Ukrainians still determined after a year of war

'it's not life, it's just hell': grief-stricken ukrainians still determined after a year of war
In a windswept graveyard, Viktoria mourns her husband.
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One year of civilian life on the frontline of Ukraine's war

one year of civilian life on the frontline of ukraine's war
When Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022, Sky News set out to find Ukrainians who could document their experiences as war twisted their lives out of shape.
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'We remain invincible': Ukraine leader pledges push for victory on war anniversary

Ukrainians have proven themselves to be "invincible", Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said, as the world marks a year since Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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Wimbledon ban must remain in place - Svitolina

wimbledon ban must remain in place - svitolina
Russian and Belarusian athletes must be banned from Wimbledon and the Olympics because "innocent Ukrainians are still being killed".
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'We will just live our lives': Ukrainians insist on celebrating New Year despite curfews and missile strikes

Picture this - New Year's Eve in Kyiv's St Sophia's Cathedral square.
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Explosions in Kyiv as Ukrainians warned of missiles

People across Ukraine have been urged to take cover as air raid sirens sound across several regions and explosions are reported in the capital.
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How Ukrainians are doing Christmas differently this year

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Combat medic Myroslav Mardarevych is hunched over a desk in the foyer of St Sophia Cathedral in central Kyiv.
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How Ukrainian refugees will spend Christmas in the UK - and remember those left behind

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Ukrainians celebrating their first Christmas in the UK are writing letters to Santa Claus and planning traditional meals - but their thoughts are also with loved ones still inside the devastated..
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'Points of invincibility': Ukrainians learning new tricks to beat Putin's energy attacks

'points of invincibility': ukrainians learning new tricks to beat putin's energy attacks
The inside light of a car flickered in the darkness next to a cluster of large apartment blocks in the Ukrainian city of Odesa.
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'It's terrifying to live like this': Ukrainians under bombardment in one of the world's most dangerous places

'it's terrifying to live like this': ukrainians under bombardment in one of the world's most dangerous places
A middle-aged woman with a bright yellow hat stepped out of a white van close to the frontline Ukrainian town of Bakhmut, one of the most dangerous places on the planet.
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Ukraine War Diaries: Fighting the Smart war against Russia

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At first, Ukrainians used their smartphones to warn others of air raid alerts.
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Ukrainians fight Russian mercenaries and plummeting temperatures in the Battle for Bakhmut

Standing by a makeshift stove at the bottom of a bitterly-cold ditch, the Ukrainian troops enjoyed a quick tea break.
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