Brad Wieners

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Last month alone,100,000 migrants crossed into Europe, and so far this year at least 2,500 have died trying.

Can the US Help Stop the Migrant Crisis?

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By April of last year, 56 migrants died trying to reach Europe from the Middle East North Africa.

Can the Nations of Europe Resolve a Humanitarian Crisis?

By April of last year, 56 migrants died trying to reach Europe from the Middle East North Africa.

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Sobering news out of Europe over the weekend:  at least 700 people died  after a boat carrying migrants from Africa capsized in the Mediterranean over the weekend.

Dying at Europe's Doorstep

Sobering news out of Europe over the weekend: at least 700 people died after a boat carrying migrants from Africa capsized in the Mediterranean over the weekend.

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