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Syrian refugees walk along the roads of the border town of Idomeni, northern Greece to cross the border and enter Macedonia, on Aug. 25, 2015. (Photo by Santi Palacios/AP)

How to fix Europe's migrant crisis

Last week, 20,000 people—mostly refugees from Syria—crossed the Aegean Sea into debt-stricken Greece, a country with almost no capacity to receive them or process their asylum claims. So far this year, nearly 200,000 have landed on Greek shores, another 110,000 have arrived by sea to Italy and more than 120,000 by land to Hungary. Germany has...

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