Bosnian border patrol agents seized 100 migrants attempting to cross into neighboring Croatia Monday as migrants seek out alternative routes into Western Europe. The migrants blocked at the border Monday were part of a much larger group who have been living in makeshift campsites in the Bosnian town of Velika Kladusa and are representative of a larger pattern of African, Asian, and Arab migrants heading west through the Balkans.Over 5,600 migrants have crossed into Bosnia and Herzegovina since January, compared to just 754 for all of 2017. As Italy stiffens its border controls and patrolling of the Mediterranean waters off Libya, migrants and human traffickers have been obliged to find different paths to the continent. The “Balkan route” into Western Europe begins in Greece and then moves through neighboring Balkan states like Bulgaria and then into Serbia or Montenegro before reaching Bosnia. The Balkan states find themselves ill-equipped to deal with large numbers of migrants, with insufficient resources for law enforcement to address such large numbers. The same day that 100 migrants were turned back at the Croatian border, another Bosnian migrant was stabbed at a refugee center south of the crossing point. In 2015, the year of the violent… Read full this story
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