Laughs of children playing on playgrounds in Lviv is now accompanied by the sound of sirens as the families who didn't flee adjust to a new normal.
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While many Ukrainians prefer to remain in Europe where they will be closer to family and their homes in Ukraine, the Biden administration is working to expand and develop new programs with a focus on welcoming Ukrainians who have family members in the U.S.
The U.S. will accept 100,000 Ukrainian refugees and others fleeing Russia’s invasion and provide more than $1 billion in new humanitarian aid, the White House announced.
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