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Refugee Crisis: EU deal keeps refugees from crossing to Europe

The European Commission has promised extra funding to compensate Turkey for accommodating more than 3 million Syrian refugees. But many of the refugees who had planned to use Turkey as a staging post, say life there is quite hospitable. Assed Baig traveled to Kayseri in central Anatolia, but he begins his report in the western port city of Izmir.

Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Turkey "won't stop" refugees from reaching Europe

Turkey "won't stop" refugees from reaching Europe

Syrian Refugees in Egypt: Syrian community benefits Egypt's economy

Syrian Refugees in Egypt: Syrian community benefits Egypt's economy

Turkey-EU Deal: Syrians depend on international aid funds

Turkey-EU Deal: Syrians depend on international aid funds

Thai dissident released after long hunger strike

Thai dissident released after long hunger strike

Palestinians mark Eid al Fitr amid Israel’s deadly aggression

Palestinians mark Eid al Fitr amid Israel’s deadly aggression

Museveni sworn in for sixth term as Uganda’s president

Museveni sworn in for sixth term as Uganda’s president

Tech firms push to make worldwide web accessible everywhere

Tech firms push to make worldwide web accessible everywhere

Death toll rises as Israel continues strikes on Gaza

Death toll rises as Israel continues strikes on Gaza

Migrant arrivals surge at Lampedusa

Migrant arrivals surge at Lampedusa

Pipeline shutdown sparks fear of US gasoline shortage

Pipeline shutdown sparks fear of US gasoline shortage

Bosnian miners break fast underground

Bosnian miners break fast underground

Inflation-hit Sudanese cut down on groceries in Ramadan

Inflation-hit Sudanese cut down on groceries in Ramadan

Israeli attacks kill at least 35 in the blockaded Gaza

Israeli attacks kill at least 35 in the blockaded Gaza

Israeli strikes kill 24 in Gaza

Israeli strikes kill 24 in Gaza

World leaders condemn Israeli violence

World leaders condemn Israeli violence

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