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    New Businesses Open in Wake of European Migrant Crisisi
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    Hamada Elrasam
    March 01, 2016 6:41 PM
    From human smugglers to bus services to the sellers of life jackets, new businesses have popped up everywhere along the routes migrants take from the Middle East and Africa to Europe.  Near one port in Greece, a new Syrian restaurant caters to migrants looking for a taste of home after leaving their country, possibly forever.  For VOA, Hamada Elrasam reports from Lesbos, Greece.

    New Businesses Open in Wake of European Migrant Crisis

    Hamada Elrasam

    Published March 01, 2016

    From human smugglers to bus services to the sellers of life jackets, new businesses have popped up everywhere along the routes migrants take from the Middle East and Africa to Europe.  Near one port in Greece, a new Syrian restaurant caters to migrants looking for a taste of home after leaving their country, possibly forever.  For VOA, Hamada Elrasam reports from Lesbos, Greece.


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