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NO TURNING BACK Over the past two years, around 1.5 million migrants have fled fighting and poverty across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, many entrusting their lives to people smugglers who charged exorbitant prices to help them reach Europe.Although that route was closed off last March, Serbian authorities estimate a further 110,000 migrants have passed through the country, many using smugglers to cross Serbia and its barbed-wire border with Hungary.There are around 7,800 migrants in Serbia, the U.N.'s refugee agency UNHCR reports, with some 6,700 people housed in government-run centers, mostly families, women and children. It also found more than 2,500 fake travel documents and 1,150 social media accounts used for migrant smuggling.
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