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Syrian refugees sleeps under a graffiti depicting the Greek national flag as they wait for a registration procedure at the police and coast guard station on the eastern island of Agathonisi, Greece, September 10, 2015. Agathonisi, a tiny island with fewer than 200 residents, receives about 300 to 600 refugees and migrants every day, local authorities estimated. Most of the people flooding into Europe are refugees fleeing violence and persecution in their home countries who have a legal right to seek asylum, the United Nations said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis


Posted on Tuesday, January 26th, 2016 at 18:00 at 603 × 340

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