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Europe’s Fumbled Refugee Crisis, in Four Charts

  • February arrivals already equivalent to number in spring 2015
  • Hungary achieves dramatic reduction - by putting up razor wire

European Union countries are ever-more at odds over how to deal with thousands of refugees fleeing the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Some 110,000 people have crossed the sea to Greece, Italy and Spain in the first two months of this year, after about a million made the journey in 2015. The EU’s 28 governments are as far apart as ever from a common stance on how to cope with the crisis.

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