Fuel shortages create long lines, more headaches for Ukrainian civilians

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By Jonathan Landay and Pavel Polityuk KYIV/BUCHA, Ukraine (Reuters) – Olha Boholey still had at least an hour to wait more than two hours after she pulled into the line of vehicles crawling into the only service station selling gasoline in the devastated Kyiv suburb of Bucha. If she reached a pump before it went dry, she only could buy 10 litres of fuel. “The lack of gasoline is really limiting what we can do,” said the 37-year-old lawyer, whose parents sat in the back of her SUV as she waited on Monday. “I don’t know what else I can do.” Boholey and millions of other Ukrainian civilians likel…

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