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Golqm Dervent, Bulgaria. 17th July, 2014. Bulgarian chidren attends in front of his homr in the village Golqm Dervent as near by Bulgarian Borger police officers attend near newly build 30 kms long border fence at Bulgarian-Turkey border, as they present it to the press Thursday, July, 17, 2014. The wave of refugees flocking to Bulgaria has been growing again over the past few weeks. Bulgaria builded the fence on its border with Turkey to end illegal border crossings into the country. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Live News

Golqm Dervent, Bulgaria. 17th July, 2014. Bulgarian chidren attends in front of his homr in the village Golqm Dervent as near by Bulgarian Borger police officers attend near newly build 30 kms long border fence at Bulgarian-Turkey border, as they present it to the press Thursday, July, 17, 2014. The wave of refugees flocking to Bulgaria has been growing again over the past few weeks. Bulgaria builded the fence on its border with Turkey to end illegal border crossings into the country. Credit:  ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo

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E4XK62

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45.4 MB (1,010.7 KB Compressed download)

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5312 x 2988 px | 45 x 25.3 cm | 17.7 x 10 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

17 July 2014

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ZUMA Press

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July 17, 2014 - Golqm Dervent, BGR - Bulgarian chidren attends in front of his homr in the village Golqm Dervent as near by Bulgarian Borger police officers attend near newly build 30 kms long border fence at Bulgarian-Turkey border, as they present it to the press Thursday, July, 17, 2014. The wave of refugees flocking to Bulgaria has been growing again over the past few weeks. Bulgaria builded the fence on its border with Turkey to end illegal border crossings into the country..The idea of building of a 30 kilometer wire fence has gained traction since late last year due to the government concerns over the Syrian refugee influx. Photo by: Petar Petrov/Impact Press Group/NurPhoto (Credit Image: © Petar Petrov/NurPhoto/ZUMA Wire)

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