Refugees face increasingly perilous journeys to Europe

Many land borders were closed when the EU and Turkey made a deal over migration last year, and efforts to circumvent the restrictions have made the refugees’ journeys much more perilous.

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    Refugees in Greece are taking increasingly desperate measures to enter other parts of Europe. Many land borders were closed when the EU and Turkey made a deal over migration last year, and efforts to circumvent the restrictions have made the refugees' journeys much more perilous.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull has this exclusive report from the Port of Patras in Greece, on the dangerous reality of human smuggling.


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