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Refugees from Ukraine have been crossing at land borders of neighboring countries, like Slovakia | Photo: Radovan Stoklasa/Reuters
President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan holds up a photo of a Syrian refugee camp on the Turkish and Syrian boarder as he addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022 at U.N. headquarters | Photo: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer
'A rubber boat carrying 35 people was pushed back outside Rhodes on Sunday,' said NGO Aegian Boat Report | Source: @ABoatReport Twitter account
Members of the Turkish Coast Guard take migrants, who were allegedly pushed back from the Greece side, on a boat during a patrol to search and rescue for migrants offshore the Ayvalik district in Balikesir, Turkey | Photo: ARCHIVE/EPA/ERDEM SAHIN
A photo provided by Turkish coast guards shows the reported rescue of migrants in the Aegean | Photo: Turkish Coast Guard Command/AA/picture alliance
From file: Tensions between EU nations and Belarus have been growing as migrants and refugees gather along the Poland-Belarus frontier | Photo: Oksana Manchuk/BelTa/dpa/picture-alliance
Around 130 migrants were able to remain in Melilla after 'jumping' the border fence on June 24, 2022. At least 27 lost their lives | Photo: Private
Restricted area at the Greek-Turkish border near the Evros river | Photo: Alexandros Avramidis/tagesschau.de
From file: Afghan refugees cross the Iran-Turkey border near Tatvan district in Bitlis, Turkey on August 17, 2021 | Photo: Ali Ihsan Ozturk/picture-alliance
Members of the Turkish coast guard take migrants, who were allegedly pushed back from the Greek side, on a boat during a patrol to search and rescue for migrants offshore the Ayvalik district in Balikesir, Turkey on April 10, 2021 | Photo: Erdem Sahin/EPA
From file: Illegal immigrants' children are seen in a detention center in Kyprinos, in the region of Evros, at the Greek-Turkish borders, November 5, 2010 | Photo: Nikos Arvanitidis / EPA
Photo from June 18, 2021: The border between Greece and Turkey in the Evros region has been reinforced with more police, drones, a steel fence, watchtowers with thermal remote cameras and radar, and vehicles like the ‘MRAP Typhoon GSS-300’.  | Photo: Picture-alliance/Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto