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    On Greek Islands, Doubts Grow Over EU-Turkey Migrant Deali
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    March 20, 2016 1:48 PM
    The deal struck between the European Union and Turkey to try to stem the flow of refugees comes into force Sunday. New arrivals in Greece will be returned to Turkey – with the EU then taking the same number of Syrian refugees from camps on Turkish territory. But as Henry Ridgwell reports from the Greek island of Lesbos, where most of the refugees arrive, there is growing anger at what’s seen as an immoral and unworkable deal.

    On Greek Islands, Doubts Grow Over EU-Turkey Migrant Deal

    Published March 20, 2016

    The deal struck between the European Union and Turkey to try to stem the flow of refugees comes into force Sunday. New arrivals in Greece will be returned to Turkey – with the EU then taking the same number of Syrian refugees from camps on Turkish territory. But as Henry Ridgwell reports from the Greek island of Lesbos, where most of the refugees arrive, there is growing anger at what’s seen as an immoral and unworkable deal.


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