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?

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

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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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