Syrian refugee children chanted slogans behind a fence at the Nizip refugee camp in Gaziantep province, southeastern Turkey, after an April visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and top European Union officials. Merkel and the officials, under pressure to reassess a migrant deportation deal with Turkey, were traveling close to Turkey's border with Syria in a bid to bolster the troubled agreement.
Syrian refugee children chanted slogans behind a fence at the Nizip refugee camp in Gaziantep province, southeastern Turkey, after an April visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and top European Union officials. Merkel and the officials, under pressure to reassess a migrant deportation deal with Turkey, were traveling close to Turkey's border with Syria in a bid to bolster the troubled agreement. Lefteris Pitarakis The Associated Press
Syrian refugee children chanted slogans behind a fence at the Nizip refugee camp in Gaziantep province, southeastern Turkey, after an April visit by German Chancellor Angela Merkel and top European Union officials. Merkel and the officials, under pressure to reassess a migrant deportation deal with Turkey, were traveling close to Turkey's border with Syria in a bid to bolster the troubled agreement. Lefteris Pitarakis The Associated Press

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