More than a quarter of a million people have been forced to flee severe unrest in Burundi in recent months, and their number is set to rise. But in a world of humanitarian crises, their stories go largely unheard.
The trip comes a day after a child drowned off the island of Lesbos — the first death since Turkey opened its borders to refugees. Turkish President Erdogan has warned that "millions" of migrants are headed to Europe.
Turkey is letting refugees leave the country for the EU. Many travel via the Greek island of Lesbos, where some locals are up in arms: They do not want more asylum seekers. DW's Florian Schmitz reports from the island.
Thousands are stranded on the Greek-Turkish border. Some have drawn parallels to the 2015 crisis but both Berlin and Brussels reject the comparison. DW breaks down what's changed since then, and where problems remain.
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