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Greece: The Scapegoat of a Migrant Crisis

Jan 29, 2016 | 08:00 GMT
Macedonian police push back immigrants from Greece near the village of Idomeni on Dec. 4, 2015.
(MILOS BICANSKI/Getty Images)

Europe's immigration crisis shows no signs of abating, and the European Union is struggling to figure out how to address it. The bloc's original strategies of cooperating with Turkey to limit the number of asylum seekers and redistributing migrants across the Continent have clearly failed. Now, EU member states are looking for alternative approaches as they try to stem the tide of asylum seekers flowing into Europe, and they appear to have reached an agreement on who is to blame: Greece....

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