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Ukrainian baker feeding people amid war

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More people in Ukraine are struggling to find food, so Andriy Vasylenko created “Bake 4 Ukraine” outside of Kyiv to feed people who have been unable to flee or have chosen to stay to fight for their country. Andriy tells José Díaz-Balart, “in all this craziness of the war, we try to give people a sign of home and normality.”