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    Europe Feels Urgency to Address Migrant Issue as Pressure, Radicalization Mounti
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    Jane Bojadzievski
    February 26, 2016 7:04 PM
    Fear in Europe is spreading as more than 40 suspected jihadists posing as Syrian refugees were caught entering Europe. Nineteen were captured in Turkey, but the rest made it into the EU before being identified. Turkish military officers say they found more than 10 kilograms of explosives and four bomb vests that allegedly could be used in suicide attacks in two bags transported by a party of 34 people from Syria. VOA's Jane Bojadzievski has more.

    Europe Feels Urgency to Address Migrant Issue as Pressure, Radicalization Mount

    Published February 26, 2016

    Fear in Europe is spreading as more than 40 suspected jihadists posing as Syrian refugees were caught entering Europe. Nineteen were captured in Turkey, but the rest made it into the EU before being identified. Turkish military officers say they found more than 10 kilograms of explosives and four bomb vests that allegedly could be used in suicide attacks in two bags transported by a party of 34 people from Syria. VOA's Jane Bojadzievski has more.


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