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  Carriages of Hope - Humanitarian Trains for Ukraine  
 
  Carriages of Hope  
On the platform at the railway station in the Czech town Bohumin volunteers carry the last boxes of humanitarian aid destined for Ukraine. It is around 4:30 on a freezing morning. The train will also carry four tons of vital medical supplies for Lviv's hospital. In one direction, along with the group of journalists and volunteers, the train will carry humanitarian aid, and in the other, the volunteers hope to bring people fleeing Russian bombs to the Czech Republic. At least, that is the plan.
 
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  © epa-efe / Martin Divíšek  
 
 
 
  Riding for the Son - A Christian Motorcycle Club  
 
  Riding For The Son - A Christian Motorcycle club  
Sitting astride their metal steeds they smash down the highway looking de-humanized as they ram their motorcycles between traffic on the way to a church service in the nearby township. Heads turn, people look up from their phones as the Christian Motorcycle Club ride to a small non-biker township church for the multi-racial, inter-denominational Sunday church service to help spread the word of God. Having started in 1975 by pastor Herb Shreve, the CMA aims to bring the word of God to the biker communities they ride with.
 
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  © epa-efe / Kim Ludbrook  
 
 
 
  Ukrainian Refugees' Long Road to Safety  
 
  Ukrainian refugees road to safety in Germany  
Since Russia invaded Ukraine, triggering the fastest growing humanitarian crisis in the world, millions of people – the vast majority women, children and the elderly – have seen their lives torn apart. Over 10 million people have been displaced by the war, with at least 3.6 million of those seeking refuge abroad, an exodus unseen in Europe since World War II that will severely test the EU’s solidarity and promise of welcoming the millions of Ukrainian refugees.
 
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  © epa-efe / Amel Pain  
 
 
 
     
 
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