A migrant girl looks toward the sea as they arrive on a dinghy at the southeastern island of Kos, Greece, after crossing from Turkey Aug. 13. Greece has become the main gateway to Europe for tens of thousands of refugees and economic migrants, mainly Syrians fleeing war, as fighting in Libya has made the alternative route from north Africa to Italy increasingly dangerous.
A migrant girl looks toward the sea as they arrive on a dinghy at the southeastern island of Kos, Greece, after crossing from Turkey Aug. 13. Greece has become the main gateway to Europe for tens of thousands of refugees and economic migrants, mainly Syrians fleeing war, as fighting in Libya has made the alternative route from north Africa to Italy increasingly dangerous. ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO Associated Press
A migrant girl looks toward the sea as they arrive on a dinghy at the southeastern island of Kos, Greece, after crossing from Turkey Aug. 13. Greece has become the main gateway to Europe for tens of thousands of refugees and economic migrants, mainly Syrians fleeing war, as fighting in Libya has made the alternative route from north Africa to Italy increasingly dangerous. ALEXANDER ZEMLIANICHENKO Associated Press

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