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The EU Sweetens Its Deal With Turkey On The Migrant Crisis03:38
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A Syrian refugee woman waits for water to boil outside her home at a tent camp on the outskirts of Izmir on April 28, 2016 in Izmir, Turkey.  (Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
A Syrian refugee woman waits for water to boil outside her home at a tent camp on the outskirts of Izmir on April 28, 2016 in Izmir, Turkey. (Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
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The European Commission continues to tweak an agreement with Turkey regarding migrants who traveled through Turkey on their way to Greece and other countries in Europe. On Wednesday, the commission recommended that Turkish citizens be allowed to travel to Europe without visas in some cases, a move the Turkish government is praising. The BBC's Selin Girit tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson that the deal has reduced the flow of people from Turkey to Greece.

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This segment aired on May 4, 2016.

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