Fenced Out by The Washington Post
Until the upheaval of 2015, Europe was home to the world’s most open frontiers. But within months, a messy effort to halt a mass flow of migrants fleeing wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan cascaded into the construction of more border fences than anywhere else on the globe. For the most part, the once-open door to Europe has closed.
CreditsBy Samuel Granados, Zoeann Murphy, Kevin Schaul and Anthony Faiola, Washington Post