News organizations across the globe are reporting on what many are now calling the refugee crisis. With increase dangers from organizations like ISIS, a civil war in Syria, and weak economies in places such as Africa, it's no wonder that an increased amount of people are seeking to enter the European Union as refugees.

The hype over the crisis increased after photos of a drowned toddler surfaced after he died trying to enter Greece. He drowned along with 11 others, including his five-year-old brother.

Today thousands of refugees from Hungary were blocked from boarding a train to go to Germany. 

The EU has announced that they will be releasing a new plan next week to help combat this problem. Most people agree it's about time.

The victims of the refugee crisis are rising, and with the death of the toddler from Syria, it's reached everybody's attention.

The question is what will the solution be and is there a solution that will help the refugees but also perserve the economies of the EU. It's a hard problem to solve, but nonetheless, the world will be waiting for the EU's response next week. 

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