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Tightening Croatia’s Borders - 01 July 2013 
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July 01, 2013 
A Croatian border police officer inspects the railway near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east... 
TOVARNIK, Croatia 
A Croatian border police officer inspects the railway near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east... 
A Croatian border police officer inspects the railway near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
Croatian border police officers drive a patrol car near the Croatia-Serbia border in Lipovac, east Croatia,... 
LIPOVAC, Croatia 
Croatian border police officers drive a patrol car near the Croatia-Serbia border in Lipovac 
Croatian border police officers drive a patrol car near the Croatia-Serbia border in Lipovac, east Croatia, May 11, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 11, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
Border police officers sit in a patrol car as they monitor the border between Croatia and Montenegro... 
VITALJINA, Croatia 
Border police officers sit in a patrol car as they monitor the border between Croatia and Montenegro... 
Border police officers sit in a patrol car as they monitor the border between Croatia and Montenegro in Vitaljina, south Croatia, April 29, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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July 01, 2013 
Border police officers inspect the border with thermal and infrared cameras in Vitaljina, south Croatia,... 
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Border police officers inspect the border with thermal and infrared cameras at Montenegro in Vitaljina,... 
Border police officers inspect the border with thermal and infrared cameras in Vitaljina, south Croatia, April 29, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken April 29, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer uses a computer as a colleague inspects a car near the Croatia-Serbia border... 
TOVARNIK, Croatia 
A border police officer uses a computer as a colleague inspects a car near the Croatia-Serbia border... 
A border police officer uses a computer as a colleague inspects a car near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer patrols the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia... 
NIJEMCI, Croatia 
A border police officer patrols the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia 
A border police officer patrols the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken June 05, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer looks through a thermal camera near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east... 
TOVARNIK, Croatia 
A border police officer looks through a thermal camera near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik 
A border police officer looks through a thermal camera near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east Croatia, May 13, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 13, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer watches as a narcotics dog sniffs a suitcase at the border crossing in Bajakovo,... 
Bajakovo, Croatia 
A border police officer watches as a narcotics dog sniffs a suitcase at the border crossing in Bajakovo... 
A border police officer watches as a narcotics dog sniffs a suitcase at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia border, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
Border police officers patrol the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 4, 2013. Croatia... 
NIJEMCI, Croatia 
Border police officers patrol the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia 
Border police officers patrol the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 4, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken June 04, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer inspects a bus with a narcotics dog at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the... 
Bajakovo, Croatia 
A border police officer inspects a bus with a narcotics dog at the border cross in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia... 
A border police officer inspects a bus with a narcotics dog at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia border, east Croatia, May 11, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 11, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer inspects a bus at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia border,... 
Bajakovo, Croatia 
A border police officer inspects a bus at the border crossing in Bajakovo 
A border police officer inspects a bus at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia border, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer inspects documents at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia... 
Bajakovo, Croatia 
A border police officer inspects documents at the border crossing in Bajakovo 
A border police officer inspects documents at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia border, east Croatia, May 11, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 11, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA -
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July 01, 2013 
Documents are seen under ultra violet light at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia... 
Bajakovo, Croatia 
Documents are seen under ultra violet light at the border crossing in Bajakovo 
Documents are seen under ultra violet light at the border crossing in Bajakovo, on the Croatia-Serbia border, east Croatia, May 11, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 11, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA
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July 01, 2013 
A Bosnian border police officer (L) and a Croatian border police officer are seen at the new border crossing... 
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A Bosnian border police officer and a Croatian border police officer are seen at the new border crossing... 
A Bosnian border police officer (L) and a Croatian border police officer are seen at the new border crossing with Bosnia and Herzegovina in Neum, south Croatia, April 30, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A woman stands in Croatia (L) as she talks to another woman standing in Bosnia (R) across the Croatia-Bosnia... 
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A woman stands in Croatia as she talks to another woman standing in Bosnia across the Croatia-Bosnia... 
A woman stands in Croatia (L) as she talks to another woman standing in Bosnia (R) across the Croatia-Bosnia border in Metkovic, south Croatia, April 30, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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July 01, 2013 
A new border crossing between Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia is seen in the distance, behind the... 
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A new border crossing between Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia is seen behind the old border crossing... 
A new border crossing between Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia is seen in the distance, behind the old border crossing, in Neum, south Croatia, April 30, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken April 30, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer patrols the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. Croatia... 
TOVARNIK, Croatia 
A border police officer patrols the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik 
A border police officer patrols the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
Border police officers inspect a car near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east Croatia, May 12,... 
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Border police officers inspect a car near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik 
Border police officers inspect a car near the Croatia-Serbia border in Tovarnik, east Croatia, May 12, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer inspects an old house near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia,... 
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A border police officer inspects an old house near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci 
A border police officer inspects an old house near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken June 5, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer and his dog search a field near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia,... 
NIJEMCI, Croatia 
A border police officer and his dog search a field near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci 
A border police officer and his dog search a field near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken June 5, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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A border police officer monitors the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia... 
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A border police officer monitors the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia 
A border police officer monitors the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken June 05, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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People are seen through a thermal camera near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June... 
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People are seen through a thermal camera near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci 
People are seen through a thermal camera near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will now become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken June 5, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

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July 01, 2013 
A border police officer and his dog patrol the area near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia,... 
NIJEMCI, Croatia 
A border police officer and his dog patrol the area near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci 
A border police officer and his dog patrol the area near the Croatia-Serbia border in Nijemci, east Croatia, June 5, 2013. Croatia became the European Union's 28th member on July 1 and its roughly 1,400 km of land border with non-EU neighbours Bosnia, Serbia and Montenegro will become the bloc's new external frontier. Croatia lies on the notorious Balkan smuggling route, used for transporting illegal migrants and drugs from the Middle East and Africa into western Europe, and its border police have modernised their equipment to include thermal vision cameras and infrared binoculars to improve control. Picture taken June 05, 2013. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA
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