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Scores of migrants rescued off Libya
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EU interior ministers want to spend more money on camps in Africa so refugees and migrants can be processed there.
Police clear thousands from Paris migrant camp
Hundreds of French police officers moved in at dawn to clear what is described as Paris’ largest migrant camp.
Denmark: Syrian refugee and two children found dead in a freezer
The remains of a Syrian refugee and her two children have been found in a freezer in their flat in Denmark.
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The number of people displaced by conflict worldwide stands at 65 million, according to a new World Bank report.
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