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Croatia has closed seven of its eight road border crossings with Serbia [Copy link] 中文

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Croatia has closed seven of its eight road border crossings with Serbia following a huge influx of migrants.

Officials said they had no choice after more than 11,000 people entered the country since Hungary fenced off its border with Serbia earlier this week.

Where are the cruise ships to send them to the US and Canada?


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This post was edited by emanreus at 2015-9-18 19:03

On seconds thoughts regarding the cruise ships-
They might say: STICK IT.......

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ADIR Post time: 2015-9-18 19:04
Syrians don't like it here in Canada.

Canadian do like it:

OTTAWA — Canada’s aircraft reached two significant milestones recently as they surpassed the 1000th sortie flown and exceeded 100 air strikes in support of the coalition air campaign in Iraq and Syria.

In October 2014, Canada deployed six CF-18 Hornet fighter aircraft, one CC-150T Polaris aerial refueller and two CP-140M Aurora surveillance aircraft as part of Op IMPACT. They contribute to coalition air operations with intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions, aerial refueling, and airstrike missions using precision guided munitions.

As of 6 June 2015, Canadian aircraft had conducted 1016 sorties. These include 661 sorties by CF-18 Hornet fighters; 185 reconnaissance missions by CP-140  Aurora aircraft, and 170 sorties by CC-150T Polaris aerial refueller, delivering more than 10 million pounds of fuel to coalition aircraft.

As of June 8, 2015, Canada’s CF-18’s also surpassed the milestone of 100 air strikes.

“I am proud of our men and women in uniform who continue to make significant contributions to Coalition operations. The achievement of these milestones again proves the capability of the Canadian Armed Forces to fight alongside our Allies and degrade the capability of ISIS to conduct operations in the region.”
http://news.gc.ca/web/article-en.do?nid=985749
Jason Kenney, Minister of National Defence

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ADIR Post time: 2015-9-18 19:04
Syrians don't like it here in Canada.

Can't say the same about Canuck's.

As of 6 June 2015, Canadian aircraft had conducted 1016 sorties. These include 661 sorties by CF-18 Hornet fighters; 185 reconnaissance missions by CP-140  Aurora aircraft, and 170 sorties by CC-150T Polaris aerial refueller, delivering more than 10 million pounds of fuel to coalition aircraft.

As of June 8, 2015, Canada’s CF-18’s also surpassed the milestone of 100 air strikes

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ADIR Post time: 2015-9-18 22:02
As stated, Syrians for the most part don't like or want to come to Canada.
Too cold for them{:1_1: ...

Yes, cold-hearted.

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