Asylum seekers enter Europe through Belarus

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The European Union says it is concerned about the growing number of refugees and migrants crossing into the bloc from Belarus.

It has accused Minsk of “state-sponsored smuggling”.

Al Jazeera’s Step Vaessen spoke to migrants in the German city of Leipzig who made the journey to the EU through Belarus.

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