As Greece headed back into recession, record numbers of migrants and refugees poured into the country’s eastern Aegean Sea islands, triggering a major European border crisis. Greek authorities were overwhelmed both on the islands and at the country’s northern border as some 800,000 people flooded in. Hundreds drown just trying to reach Greek shores on flimsy boats provided by Turkish smuggling rings.
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