displaced ukrainians

The Irish government has run out of asylum seeker accommodation and has been using hotels and even tents to cope with the growing numbers arriving in the country | Photo: picture alliance/empics/N. Carson
Portraits of Ukrainian refugees in Riga | Photos: Martin Thaulow
From file: Reception point for refugees from Ukraine organized in a sports hall gymnasium in Wroclaw, Poland March 16, 2022 | Photo: IMAGO / ZUMA Wire/Krzysztof Kaniewski
Municipalities in Norway will be required to settle a further 35,000 refugees in 2023 | Photo: Imago/YAY Micro
From file: Migrants walk in the smoke during a winter day in Lipa, near Bihac, in Bosnia and Herzegovina | Photo: EPA/FEHIM DEMIR
Ukrainian refugees depart the train in Lviv, Ukraine | Photo: Thomas O'Neill/NurPhoto/picture alliance
From file: Refugees from Ukraine at Tegel airport in Berlin in spring 2022 | Photo: Steffi Loos/AP/Picture-alliance
Ukrainian refugees in Germany | Photo: Frank Hammerschmidt/ZB/dpa(picture-alliance
Berlin's acting mayor Franziska Giffey's claims Berlin is "at capacity" in terms of housing refugees | Photo: Dorothee Barth/dpa/picture-alliance
A fire destroyed accommodation in Wismar, NE Germany, where Ukrainian refugees were staying in Germany | Photo: Jens Büttner / dpa / picture alliance
The Ukrainian people have been awarded the Sakharov prize by the EU | Photo: Metin Aktas / AA / picture alliance
From file: People attend a 'Freedom March' demonstration to mark Ukraine's Independence Day in Berlin, Germany, 24 August 2022 | Photo: Filip Singer / Archive / EPA