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While the war in Ukraine appears to be going from bad to worse for the civilian population, people in neighboring countries are stepping in to help.

In Berlin, many Germans showed up on Thursday to welcome the refugees who had come by train to the central station.

People appear at Berlin Central Station to welcome and provide assistance to refugees from Ukraine.

Photo: Angrett Hills/Reuters

The Ukrainians were offered housing, something to eat, and clothes if they needed it.

A police officer gives a Ukrainian child a chocolate egg at Berlin Central Station.  March 3.

A police officer gives a Ukrainian child a chocolate egg at Berlin Central Station. March 3.

Photo: Angrett Hills/Reuters

Posters were hung in Berlin with a clear message that Ukrainians were welcome.

The German Red Cross hung a banner with inscriptions "Refugees welcome" March 3.

The German Red Cross hung a banner reading “Refugees Welcome” on 3 March.

Photo: Markus Scholz/AP

Escape for life

A week after the war, Kherson in southern Ukraine came under Russian control. The capital, Kyiv, and the country’s second largest city, Kharkiv, is among the many cities that have come under heavy attacks.

A child clings to a man's leg at central stations in Kyiv before boarding a train bound for Lviv, in the west of the country on March 3.

A child clings to a man’s leg at central stations in Kyiv before boarding a train on March 3.

Photo: Vadim Gerda/Associated Press

Women and children continue to flee Kyiv and the West.

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A woman and child look out the window of a train leaving Kyiv on March 3.

A woman and child look out the window of a train leaving Kyiv on March 3.

Photo: Vadim Gerda/Associated Press

Husbands and fathers must stay to fight the Russian invasion. In the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, local residents are doing their best to take in internally displaced refugees.

Volunteers in Lviv cook food for people who have fled other parts of Ukraine on March 3.

Volunteers in Lviv cook food for people who have fled other parts of Ukraine on March 3.

Photo: YURIY DYACHYSHYN / AFP

At the same time, the people of Lviv are also preparing for the upcoming war on them. So they are trying to protect cultural values ​​from Russian artillery.

The statues are wrapped in the city of Lviv in western Ukraine on March 3.  The hope is to be able to protect them in the event of Russian attacks on the city.

The statues are wrapped in the city of Lviv in western Ukraine on March 3. The hope is to be able to protect them in the event of Russian attacks on the city.

Photo: Pavlo Palamarchuk/Reuters

collect money

In many countries, fundraising campaigns for Ukraine are now taking place.

In Scotland, Parliament launched a national fundraising campaign to get people to donate.

Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the leader of the other parties in the Scottish Parliament have launched a campaign to collect humanitarian donations for Ukraine.

Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the leader of the other parties in the Scottish Parliament have launched a campaign to collect humanitarian donations for Ukraine.

Photo: Russell Cheney/Reuters

But many fundraising campaigns for Ukraine also started at the grassroots level. Of passionate souls hoping to make a difference.

A German bakery decorates blue and yellow cakes to raise funds for Ukraine on March 3.

A German bakery decorates blue and yellow cakes to raise funds for Ukraine on March 3.

Photo: Tim Reichert/Reuters

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