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  • Bosnia Herzegovina

    BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
    General information
    Bosnia-Herzegovina is a small country with 4.5 million inhabitants, which borders Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. Bosnia-Herzegovina became independent in 1992 following the signing of the Dayton peace accords (1995) which put an end to the war between Bosnia and Serbia. Bosnia is comprised of two parts : the Republika Spreska (Serbian Republic of Bosnia) and the Federation. The country also has one region, the Brčko district, which has been placed (...) Read more

  • Poland

    Generalities
    Poland has extensive borders that are difficult to control. As a result, it has had to make real efforts in terms of border controls in order to become a member of the European Union (1st May 2004) and Schengen (31st December 2007).
    Migrants that enter Poland are largely seasonal migrants from ex-Soviet countries (Ukraine, Bielorussia) who are searching for work in the agriculture and building sectors or asylum seekers from the Russian federation (Chechnya, Ingushy). For (...) Read more

  • PRESS REVIEW Tunisia-Libya-Italia-EU

    from May 30 to June 1st, 2011

    There are articles published this week, reagarding the critical situation at the Choucha camp (since las week), news arrvials on Lampedusa and others connected informations. Read more

  • PRESS REVIEW Tunisia-Libya-Italia-EU

    from May 30 to June 1st, 2011

    There are articles published this week, reagarding the critical situation at the Choucha camp (since las week), news arrvials on Lampedusa and others connected informations. Read more


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