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Last week's discovery of  71 bodies in an abandoned truck  in Austria is just the latest tragic proof that Europe's migration crisis has broadened from the Mediterranean to human…

Europe's Migrant Crisis: The EU's Greatest Test Yet

Last week's discovery of 71 bodies in an abandoned truck in Austria is just the latest tragic proof that Europe's migration crisis has broadened from the Mediterranean to human…

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