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    Europe-Turkey Deal to Stem Refugee Flow Criticized As ‘Inhumane’i
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    Henry Ridgwell
    March 08, 2016 9:25 PM
    The European Union and Turkey appear close to striking a deal to try to end the flow of migrants crossing to Greece. The details are still to be finalized at another migration summit later this month – but the agreement has already been criticized by the human rights group Amnesty International as ‘inhumane’. Henry Ridgwell reports.

    Europe-Turkey Deal to Stem Refugee Flow Criticized As ‘Inhumane’

    Henry Ridgwell

    Published March 08, 2016

    The European Union and Turkey appear close to striking a deal to try to end the flow of migrants crossing to Greece. The details are still to be finalized at another migration summit later this month – but the agreement has already been criticized by the human rights group Amnesty International as ‘inhumane’. Henry Ridgwell reports.


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