Refugee convoy marches through Belarus to Polish border

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More than 1,000 asylum seekers have marched with their belongings through Belarus to the country’s frontier with Poland, the authorities in Minsk have announced, in what is the latest chapter of the EU’s worsening migrant crisis.

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