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    EU-Turkey Deal Leaves Refugees Stranded in Greecei
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    Henry Ridgwell
    March 19, 2016 4:31 PM
    The deal struck Friday between the European Union and Turkey to try to end the flow of migrants to Europe, does not say what should happen to the tens of thousands of refugees stuck in Greece. Henry Ridgwell reports from Athens there are fears of a surge of migrant arrivals over the weekend before the restrictions come into force.

    EU-Turkey Deal Leaves Refugees Stranded in Greece

    Henry Ridgwell

    Published March 19, 2016

    The deal struck Friday between the European Union and Turkey to try to end the flow of migrants to Europe, does not say what should happen to the tens of thousands of refugees stuck in Greece. Henry Ridgwell reports from Athens there are fears of a surge of migrant arrivals over the weekend before the restrictions come into force.


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