So-called refugee "hotspots"—touted by European leaders as a key strategy to deal with the ever-growing influx of people seeking to escape war and poverty in their home countries—are being described as "prison-like," raising fresh concerns about the humanitarian dimension of the crisis.
Talk about the law of unintended consequences. Britain and the EU had been paying Gaddaffi to keep migrants from using Libya as a place of demarcation. With him no longer around, it is one of the hotspots for coyote's to smuggle them over to Italy.
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