The Presevo Crossing

The number of refugees and migrants arriving in Greece passed the half million mark a month ago. The majority will take a path going from Greece, to Macedonia and then onward through Serbia. At the border point of Presevo, Serbia, they must go through a registration process before they are allowed to continue their journey.
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The Refugee Crisis in the UK

As an island on the western extremities of Europe, the United Kingdom has historically felt the insular effects of its own geography. The English Channel, known as La Manche in France, has provided a natural barrier between Britain and the continent, deterring belligerent invaders, physically preventing land armies from reaching the island.
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Refugee Crisis: A Report from Macedonia

Macedonia is a small country located in the heart of the Balkan Peninsula, with a population of around 2 million citizens. Although small, it plays a key role when it comes to international transport between these countries, due to its convenient geographical position. Refugees coming from across the Mediterranean Sea have been working their way up north, most of them inevitably passing through this country.
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Germany’s Refugee Crisis Up-Close

Before moving to Berlin, I was aware of the Syrian refugee crisis through news reports and the kinds of serious discussions grad students delight in having into the wee hours, but it wasn’t until I arrived in the city that the reality of the situation really struck me.
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