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How the Syrian conflict is fueling its migrant crisis

An estimated 13 million people have been displaced since the start of the civil war in Syria in 2011. The ongoing conflict continues to fuel the country's refugee crisis. Jamine El-Gamal, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council and a former Syria adviser for the Pentagon, joins Tanya Rivero to discuss more for CBSN Originals: Out Of Aleppo.

Breaking down the migrant crisis in Europe

The European migrant crisis peaked in 2015, but migration rates have since declined drastically. But there's still public anxiety in countries like Germany as refugees flee their countries and relocate. Demetrios Papademetriou, president emeritus and co-founder of the Migration Policy Institute, joins Tanya Rivero with more for CBSN Originals: Out Of Aleppo.

Will refugees ever be able to return to Syria?

Though migration rates have declined since 2015, Syrian refugees are slow to return to their country and homes. Mona Yacoubian of the U.S. Institute of Peace joins Tanya Rivero to discuss the plight of the Syrian people for CBSN Originals: Out Of Aleppo.

What did Trump and Putin agree to?

As preparations begin for another summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, we're getting new details about what happened at the last one in Helsinki. "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan explains.

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