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    Aid Agencies Face Uphill Battle in Europe Migrant Crisisi
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    January 18, 2016 7:14 PM
    Persecution, conflict and poverty forced an unprecedented one million people to flee from Africa and the Middle East to Europe in 2015. With the beginning of the new year, the picture remains much the same at southern Europe's border crossings. The European Union is considering new measures to stop the flow as humanitarian agencies continue struggling to help the refugees, many of them women and children. VOA's Jane Bojadzievski has more.

    Aid Agencies Face Uphill Battle in Europe Migrant Crisis

    Published January 18, 2016

    Persecution, conflict and poverty forced an unprecedented one million people to flee from Africa and the Middle East to Europe in 2015. With the beginning of the new year, the picture remains much the same at southern Europe's border crossings. The European Union is considering new measures to stop the flow as humanitarian agencies continue struggling to help the refugees, many of them women and children. VOA's Jane Bojadzievski has more.


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