Illegal immigrants in Turkey’s Erzurum

ERZURUM, TURKEY: Immigrants are seen on the side of a highway in Erzurum, Turkey on April 05, 2018. Number of illegal immigrants caught in Turkey’s Erzurum reach 13,400, approximately three times more than last year’s statistics. Mostly Afghan and Pakistani people flee from their countries for unemployment and terror reasons, using any possible way into Turkey. Illegal immigrants get caught up in situations where they are dropped off by the human traffickers they have paid for from trucks, buses, minibuses, cabs and automobiles on the highways in different cities of Turkey’s Eastern Anatolia Region before even reaching their destinations.

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