EU signs deal to curb migrants entering Europe

Last month, Turkey and the European Union signed a deal that would see Turkey help stem the flow of migrants to Europe. And in return, Turkey would get 3.5 billion dollars, travel visa rights and a renewal of accession talks. Turkey is already looking after 2 million Syrian refugees at a cost of 8 billion dollars, but this new agreement could see the country taking in more refugees. Natalie Carney reports from the southern Turkish city of Mersin, a temporary home for thousands of Syrians, about how this new deal is being received.

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