Greece to introduce high-tech border security system | DW News

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Greece has been testing a high-tech border security system to stop migrants arriving from Turkey illegally. Some critics say it is excessive and could stop desperate people from seeking shelter. DW’s Max Zander met Greek border police in Poros.

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