Over the last two years, almost 1.5 million people, fleeing war and persecution, crossed the Mediterranean in unseaworthy boats bound for Europe. The largest number fled the war in Syria, but asylum seekers also came by the tens of thousands from Afghanistan, Iraq, Nigeria, and Eritrea, among other countries.
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