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'Not a celebration': In the midst of war, Kyiv's Pride parade held in Warsaw

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'Not a celebration': In the midst of war, Kyiv's Pride parade held in Warsaw

'Not a celebration': In the midst of war, Kyiv's Pride parade held in Warsaw

About 300 participants travelled from Ukraine to the Polish capital, which is now home to a quarter-million Ukrainians who fled the war.


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