Ukraine's war refugees: Finding refuge in a foreign land

Madam Asia Bialecka comforting Ania, one of four Ukrainian children she is hosting in her home in Poland, along with their families. PHOTO: HELENE TIAN
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WARSAW - In a garage in the Polish capital Warsaw, pastel-coloured walls enclose a scene of organised chaos. Lego bricks, storybooks and cushions lie strewn across the floor as four children strike a pose while they follow along on a YouTube yoga challenge.

Madam Asia Bialecka, 60, beckons the children to the dining table as she lays out afternoon snacks for them - leftover pizza from a birthday celebration they had last night.

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