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A Syrian refugee baby is seen sleeping in a camp on the outskirts of Izmir in Turkey on April 28, 2016. The number of Syrian refugees in Turkey is growing after the implementation of the European Union-Turkey Refugee deal, which effectively shut down the route into Europe.
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This photograph of the Norwegian archipelago Svalbard, with the Austfonna glacier visible, was taken by the European Space Agency’s latest space radar, Sentinel-1B.
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This photograph of the Norwegian archipelago Svalbard, with the Austfonna glacier visible, was taken by the European Space Agency’s latest space radar, Sentinel-1B. The radar is part of Copernicus, the largest single earth observation mission, according to the ESA, comprised of multiple satellites t
The latest European space radar produced its first image on April 28, after only being online for two hours.
Sentinel-1B launched April 25 and produced the image after deploying its 12 meter-long radar (about 39 feet)—a record time for a space radar, according to the European Space Agency.
Idomeni’s population is just 140 people. But that was before 10,000 refugees set up camp in the Greek town that sits at the border with #Macedonia. TIME LightBox sent Rena Effendi to the village to photograph its inhabitants.
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