More than 100 MEPs have written to the European Commission president calling for a formal investigation into the death of a Pakistani man on Turkey's border with Greece in March.
The migrants, of apparent Afghan origin, were mostly in good condition but seven received first aid in hospital, police reported.
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The Turkish Coast Guard says the incident happened near the Kekova Geyikova Island, two-and-a-half miles southwest of Demre, in the coastal province of Antalya.
Under the scheme announced with the UNHCR, part of the aid will go towards providing refugees with a card that has a set monthly cash allocation for basic needs.
The UN refugee agency has said around 61,250 migrants have reached Italy since the start of the year after crossing the Mediterranean, while 1,778 more are dead or missing.
Sacred Heart, a private school, also offers refugee teachers a chance to play their part in educating the migrants.
Beyond the challenges of adjusting to a new country and language without their families, many Arab or Muslim teenagers are trying to overcome a backlash in the wake of recent attacks. TRT World speaks with unaccompanied teenage refugees.
A referendum in Hungary produced almost unanimous opposition to the migrant quotas proposed by the EU, but is rendered invalid because of low turnout.
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Raad Al Hussein says his staff have found 180 migrants, including 80 children, who have been 'living in limbo' in two transit centres in Macedonia since March.
The Turkish Coast Guard intercepted 679 migrants in the Aegean Sea this week, as part of a four-day operation.
The United Nations says Turkey accepted more refugees than any other country worldwide during the first half of 2015.
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