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International law assignment on the mistreatment of refugees in Europe and how this is becoming a growing trend

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Demography Forced migration Cultural globalization Right of asylum Aftermath of war Refugees International law Human migration Refugees of the Syrian Civil War European migrant crisis Refugee crisis Refugee
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Demography Forced migration Cultural globalization Right of asylum Aftermath of war Refugees International law Human migration Refugees of the Syrian Civil War European migrant crisis Refugee crisis Refugee
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In 2015 alone, the International Organisation for Migration estimated that over a million refugees from the Middle East and Africa arrived in Europe via ________________ sea and land, and increase of nearly 800,000 from the previous year. This is considered the largest movement of people since World War II.1 In July 2013, UN High Commissioner for Refugees (‘UNHCR’) António Guterres observed that there has not be such significant forcible displacement of people since the Rwandan Genocide 20 years earlier, suggesting that that current crisis now poses serious issues regarding r...
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