Thousands of migrants remain trapped at the border between Belarus and Poland — with many living without shelter amid winter conditions. They’re pawns in a standoff between the leader of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenka, and the European Union. Producer Ali Rogin starts with the situation in Belarus, and special correspondent Simona Foltyn reports from northern Iraq on some migrants who’ve returned.
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