A woman with her child walk alongside railway tracks as refugees wait at a refugee camp to be allowed to continue their journey to Macedonia, near the northern Greek village of Idomeni, on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. (AP Photo/Giannis Papanikos)
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European Union foreign ministers anxious to stem the flow of migrants coming through the Balkans Saturday sought with their counterparts from the region better ways to protect borders.With Greece unable to control the thousands of migrants making the crossing from Turkey, some EU nations are now looking to help non-member Macedonia stop them at its southern border before they get to the European Schengen zone of border-free travel.There are thousands of irregular migrants entering the territory of the EU on a daily basis".Because of this, several member states have re-imposed border crossings to manage the flow into their nations better, but EU officials are doing their utmost to keep the Schengen zone as open as possible and want member states to center on reinforcing the external borders only.
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