Violent migrant ‘pushbacks’ at Croatian border exposed by German media
09 October 2021 | 1:50 pm
A months-long investigation by several European media partners included footage of Croatian police beating migrants trying to cross the EU border from Bosnia into Croatia. Such "pushbacks" are considered illegal.
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