Gateway to Europe: Why Turkey isn’t stopping the migrants
22/09 09:54 CET
"Refugees hide in olive orchards around rocky coasts and settle there while waiting their turn to get on the boat."
Euronews’ correspondent Bora Bayraktar has visited the Turkish coast to find out why the authorities are not stopping migrants from streaming across to Greece.
Exodus from Syria
Behramkale or Assos is a tiny town in modern-day Turkey on the Aegean Coast where Aristotle taught thousands years ago. The ancient city has been a magnet for tourists who liked to take photos among the columns of the ruins of the Temple of Athena at the top of the hill overlooking the Greek Island of Lesbos.
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