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Germany pressures Greece to step up migrant deportations to Turkey

By DW
15 September 2019   |   7:36 am
Germany has also called on Turkey to accept the repatriations as part of a 2016 agreement between Ankara and the EU. A recent upswell in illegal crossings has led to rapidly deteriorating conditions in Greek camps.

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