The European migrant creesis[n 1] or European refugee creesis[n 2] arose throu the risin nummer o refugees an migrants comin tae the European Union, athort the Mediterranean Sea or throu Sootheast Europe, an applyin for asylum.
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- "UNHCR viewpoint: 'Refugee' or 'migrant' – Which is right?". UNHCR."The majority of people arriving this year in Italy and Greece especially have been from countries mired in war or which otherwise are considered to be 'refugee-producing' and for whom international protection is needed. However, a smaller proportion is from elsewhere, and for many of these individuals, the term 'migrant' would be correct."