A man carries his child on his shoulders as they walk on a dirt road with other migrants and asylum seekers after crossing the Macedonian-Serbian border near the village of Miratovac on October 21, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ARMEND NIMANI
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Refugees from Asian wars crossed into Croatia from Slovenia Wednesday as border closures elsewhere forced them to find new routes to rich European countries and concern grew over the plight of those stranded in wet, freezing weather.On the Croatian-Serbian border, thousands of migrants spent the night camped out at the Berkasovo-Bapska crossing after Croatia closed the gates.And in an indication that refugees and migrants were still desperate to reach Europe before winter weather made sea crossings too perilous, two boatloads landed at a British military base on Cyprus – the first such arrivals on the island.Over 20,000 migrants have arrived in Slovenia since Saturday morning to pass through to Austria.A police spokesman in the Austrian province of Styria said about 1,500 migrants had been found walking on a road near the Slovenian border and had been transported back to migrant centers.
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