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Rising tensions between EU and Ankara have put a one-year-old migration deal in the spotlight. It benefits political institutions on both sides, but humanitarian activists say refugees are the ones paying the price.
Off to Abdullah's kingdom: Germany's Bundeswehr is set to participate in the fight against terror from Jordan instead of Turkey. The country is neither a NATO member, nor a democracy by Western standards.
The human rights watchdog has criticized Brussels for a deal aimed at curbing the migration crisis in Europe. In March, Brussels and Ankara agreed on swapping migrants in exchange for expediting EU accession talks.
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