ATHENS | As Western states prove incapable of deporting their millions of illegal migrants — the current crisis features Italy — authorities in Greece have found a surprising and simple way to convince them to take the long route back home.
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The migration crisis simmered in Greece at about 10,000 illegals arriving a year. Then, thanks to a combination of violence in Syria and welcoming words from Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2015, that number surged to 10,000 illegals a day pouring into Greece. Coming mostly from Turkey, they made their way unimpeded to such favored destinations as Germany and Sweden.
Eventually, as the borders to northern Europe clanged shut, more than 62,000 migrants found themselves “stranded” (in the nomenclature of the United Nations’
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