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Ever more migrants crossing river Kolpa to enter Slovenia

Črnomelj, 6 February - The number of migrants trying to enter Slovenia from Croatia by crossing the river Kolpa, which is secured with 89 kilometres of fence, has been rising over the past six months, police data show.

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Novo Mesto police holds a news conference at the border crossing Žuniči along the river Kolpa to speak about migration routes.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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Fence along the river Kolpa and the border crossing Žuniči with Croatia, where Novo Mesto police held a news conference to speak about migration routes.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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Fence along the river Kolpa and the border crossing Žuniči with Croatia, where Novo Mesto police held a news conference to speak about migration routes.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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Novo Mesto police holds a news conference at the border crossing Žuniči along the river Kolpa to speak about migration routes.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

Žuniči
Novo Mesto police holds a news conference at the border crossing Žuniči along the river Kolpa to speak about migration routes.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

Žuniči
Novo Mesto police holds a news conference at the border crossing Žuniči along the river Kolpa to speak about migration routes.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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Novo Mesto police holds a news conference at the border crossing Žuniči along the river Kolpa to speak about migration routes. Pictured is the head of the unit for state border and foreigners Anton Štubljar.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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Novo Mesto police holds a news conference at the border crossing Žuniči along the river Kolpa to speak about migration routes. Pictured is the head of the unit for state border and foreigners Anton Štubljar.
Photo: Rasto Božič/STA

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