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Struggling Bosnia sees infection surge in migrants, refugees

SARAJEVO – SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Bosnia is seeing a rise in coronavirus infections among migrants and refugees living in its camps, as it struggles to cope with one of the Balkans' highest COVID-19 death and infection rates among the general population.

More than 6,000 migrants are stuck in the dysfunctional, war-scarred country trying to reach neighboring Croatia, a European Union member from which they hope to move on to the continent's prosperous heartland.

Many are accommodated in official asylum centers but others are sleeping rough in abandoned houses or makeshift tent towns along the Croatian border.

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