Displacement of Women in War | Support Following Church Murder-Suicide | UC Davis Museum Receives Architectural Recognition
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A women with a child who fled from the war in Ukraine reacts as they reunite with their family after crossing the border in Medyka, Poland, Tuesday, March 1, 2022.
AP Photo/Markus Schreiber
Parallels to the displacement of Ukrainian women in war following Russian invasion. Support and resources following a Sacramento church murder-suicide claiming three children and chaperone. UC Davis museum receives a rare architectural recognition.
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