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From Africa to Europe: Africans seeking new life make epic trek through Balkans’ back door

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North Africans seeking a better life in Europe face dangerous waters – but first, they’ve got to cross a treacherous sea of sand – arguably the most inhospitable place on earth – the Sahara Desert. Hundreds upon hundreds run the gauntlet every week. Some are caught, some die – but encouraging all who want to leave poverty behind, some do make it.
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