Migration policy: How the EU is shifting its borders

Largely unnoticed by the European public, a humanitarian catastrophe is currently unfolding in the Nigerian city of Assamaka: thousands of refugees from various sub-Saharan countries are stranded here. Their care is poor, the town is overburdened with people who wanted to go to Europe. The situation has hardly improved for months, says the organization Doctors Without Borders when asked.

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