War in Syria: Turkish president says ‘millions’ of migrants will soon head to Europe

SOT Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish President “Since the moment we opened our borders, the number of those who have headed to Europe has reached hundreds of thousands. There will be more. Soon, this number will be millions.”

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