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Migrants try to cut the fence at the Turkish-Greek border near the Pazarkule border gate in Edirne, Turkey, on Monday. Thousands of migrants and refugees massed at Turkey's western frontier, trying to enter Greece by land and sea after Turkey said its borders were open to those hoping to head to Europe. Darko Bandic/AP hide caption

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Migrants Again Try To Leave Turkey For Europe, But This Time The Gate Is Closed

Four million Syrian refugees are living in Turkey, and another million displaced Syrians are trapped between Russian-backed Syrian forces and the Turkish border. Turkey says to head for Europe.

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Migrants try to cut the fence at the Turkish-Greek border near the Pazarkule border gate in Edirne, Turkey, on Monday. Thousands of migrants and refugees massed at Turkey's western frontier, trying to enter Greece by land and sea after Turkey said its borders were open to those hoping to head to Europe. Darko Bandic/AP hide caption

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Migrants Again Try To Leave Turkey For Europe, But This Time The Gate Is Closed

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