Upwards of seven million Ukrainians have now fled their country amid the war with Russia.
Most of them are staying in Europe, and a lot of them in Germany.
Relief workers at the main intake center in Berlin, Germany say the region is running out of housing. Not only are they dealing with Ukrainian refugees, but there's also been a serious uptick in refugees pouring in from Afghanistan, Syria, and other war-torn Muslim countries.
The refugees we spoke to say they are holding out hope that they will be able to return to their homeland one day.
Meantime, the city and state of Berlin are scrambling to fund the relief efforts and to place the hundreds of thousands into housing.
For a report on this crisis from Berlin, visit Full Measure's website at www.FullMeasure.news.
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