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Coronavirus may push more asylum seekers towards EU: agency

Reuters Tuesday, 12 May 2020
The coronavirus lockdown has cut the number of asylum seekers able to reach Europe, but the pandemic could trigger more arrivals in future if it worsens turmoil to the Middle East and North Africa, the European Union asylum agency said.
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