Walls are being raised across Europe to keep migrants out

Europe was once home to the world’s most open frontiers. But with the mass flow of migrants fleeing war-torn countries, much has changed. In the second piece of a three-part series, we look at the walls sealing the continent’s doors shut

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If you care about Omran, look to the Calais Jungle

Over the past nine years 2,748 young people who have spent their formative years in the UK have been returned to countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Libya and Syria – because their right to stay usually ends on their 18th birthdays