On Wednesday, a train pulled into Hungary from Kyiv, Ukraine, carrying nearly 200 disabled residents from two orphanages - some of Ukraine's most vulnerable citizens. Many were children, who were fleeing rifle fire, bombings, and flying rockets. In an act that transcended national borders, they were welcomed by Hungarians and the Polish. Days prior, the deputy mayor of Kyiv worked with the Caritas, a Polish Catholic relief organization in Hungary, to evacuate residents as the warfare intensified in the region. The orphans and residents will board four buses and relocate to a rehabilitation center in Opole, Poland.

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