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Lado Gvilava, head of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Turkey. CREDIT: IOM
A map of Turkey and Greece, two frontline countries that migrants enter from the Mediterranean Sea
Some of the Syrian refugees who have been resettled in Slovenia. Credit: IOM
Cover of "Sea Prayer", published by Penguin Randon House
Migrants waiting at the Slovenian-Austrian border in Spielfeld, Austria | Credit: ARCHIVE/EPA/ERWIN SCHERIAU
Refugees take a rest as they arrive to Turkey along a route to the west, in Erzurum, Turkey, 23 April 2017 | Credit: EPA/ERDEM SAHIN
Afghan migrants in Turkey. Credit: Reuters
Refugees being escorted by Turkish police as they arrive by ferry. PHOTO/EPA/MERT CAKIR
Refugees and migrants arrive in an overloaded rubber dinghy on the Greek island of Lesbos (Lesvos), Greece, 15 December 2015 after crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey. Credit: EPA/STRINGER
Europe stops here: The border between Greece and Turkey
Gerald Knaus wants to ease the asylum process across Europe