Ski towns in the Alps receiving Afghan refugees

The World

When most people imagine migrants arriving in Europe, they probably picture crowded dinghies arriving by sea. But some refugees are also attempting a less well-known but equally treacherous journey through high Alpine passages in Italy and France. Betsy Joles reports from a French city near the border with Italy, where volunteers are working to keep migrants safe along this trek.

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