Indian medical students face an uncertain future after fleeing war in Ukraine
More than 7 million people have fled Ukraine since the fighting broke out in February. Among them, nearly 80,000 foreign students, most from developing nations. Indian nationals account for almost a quarter of all foreign students enrolled in Ukraine, with the majority of them studying medicine. As Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from New Delhi, they now face an uncertain future.
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