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How effective is the EU-Turkey Deal?

When the migration crisis was at its height, the EU and Turkey struck a deal. The EU aimed to reduce the number of refugees crossing from Turkey to Greece. In return, Turkey would receive aid and political concessions. How effective has the deal been?

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