Europe’s migration wave today is probably the biggest and the toughest in modern history.
Two gateways to Europe – both offering a rather free passage – have opened during the last couple of months. Two devastating wars – one in Middle East and the other in Libya – are at the heart of this crisis.
Among them are refugees, who are being forced to flee their homes after local armies, Jihadists and other militias, brought death to Syria, Iraq and Libya.
But there are many others. There are Afgha...

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