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In this photo taken Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, Afghan migrants trek their way to the Serbian border with Hungary close to Hajdukovo, 150 kilometers north of Belgrade, Serbia. Thousands of migrants from the Middle East and Africa have been flocking to Serbia’s border with Hungary, hoping to cross illegally into the European Union in search of a better life. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)

Migranten aus Afghanistan laufen an der Grenze von Serbien zu Ungarn englang, in der Hoffnung, einen Weg in die EU zu finden. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic) Bild: Marko Drobnjakovic/AP/KEYSTONE

Ungarn schottet sich mit einem vier (!) Meter hohen Zaun von Serbien ab. Weltweit gibt es noch andere perverse Grenzanlagen. Hier die Liste

19.06.15, 14:45 19.06.15, 19:43

Wegen der hohen Zahl eintreffender Flüchtlinge hat die Regierung in Ungarn die Schliessung der 175 Kilometer langen Grenze zu Serbien angeordnet. Ein vier Meter hoher Zaun soll laut Aussenminister Peter Szijjarto die Zuwanderung von Flüchtlingen drosseln (watson berichtete).

Mehr als 25 Jahre nach dem Fall der Berliner Mauer stehen vielerorts auf der Welt noch immer unüberwindbare Zäune – und es kommen weitere dazu. Hier ein Überblick:

1. Der Zaun von Ceuta: Trennt Spanien von Marokko

The newly-built fences on the border between the Spanish enclave of Ceuta and Morocco, snake through the countryside August 20, 1998. The new border

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Soldiers patrol the razor wired fences seperating Morocco and Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta on the Moroccan border, Monday, Oct. 3, 2005. Soldiers with automatic weapons and police with anti-riot gear are patrolling the razor wire fences along the border of Spain's two enclaves with Morocco, days after five Africans were killed as hundreds of immigrants rushed the fence at the Cueta enclave in a bid to enter Europe. (AP Photo/Javier Amado)

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Spanish soldiers patrol the border which separates Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta from Morocco in Ceuta, Spain, Friday, Sept. 30, 2005. Soldiers with automatic weapons and police with anti-riot gear patrolled the razor wire fences along the border of Spain's two enclaves with Morocco Friday, a day after five Africans were killed as hundreds of immigrants rushed the fence at one enclave in a bid to enter Europe. (AP Photo/Javier Amado)

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Four sub-Saharan migrants climb over a metallic fence that divides Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Melilla, as a Red Cross worker is on-hand to offer humanitarian assistance, Monday Feb. 17, 2014. A Spanish official says about 200 sub-Saharan migrants stormed a barbed-wire border fence along Spain's northwest African enclave of Melilla, with about 50 of them making it over. A spokesman for the Interior Ministry's office in Melilla said the melee began early Monday. The Spanish city of Melilla lies on the African continent, surrounded by Morocco and the Mediterranean Sea. Migrants hoping to get to Europe camp on the Moroccan side, with several thousand trying each year to enter the city and Spain's other coastal enclave of Ceuta.  (AP Photo/ Jesus Blasco de Avellaneda)

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2. Zaun von Melilla: Trennt Spanien von Marokko

Spanish soldiers guard the border between Spain and Morocco in Spanish enclave of Melilla, Friday, Sept. 30, 2005. Soldiers with automatic weapons and police with anti-riot gear patrolled the razor wire fences along the border of Spain's two enclaves with Morocco Friday, a day after five Africans were killed as hundreds of immigrants rushed the fence at one enclave in a bid to enter Europe. (AP Photo/Jasper Juinen)

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Workers put up a wire fence, which is the third fence on the Moroccan side of Melilla, Tuesday, March 21, 2006, to prevent would-be immigrants from entering the Spanish enclave in northern Africa..Hundreds of immigrants stormed the border last September and October in Melilla and the other enclave of Ceuta where eleven people died in clashes with security forces. (AP Photo/EFE, Laureano Valladolid) ** LATAM, CARIBBEAN AND SPAIN OUT **

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In this photo taken on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, a migrant from Morocco tries to illegally enter the port in the Spanish enclave of Melilla, Spain. Authorities say some 250 mostly sub-Saharan migrants have made a joint attempt to scale fences into Spain's northwest African enclave city of Melilla, with about 50 making it over the barbed wire and onto European soil. (AP Photo/Jose Colon)

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epa04099051 A handout combo of video grabs from the video made available by the Spanish Civil Guard that shows some of the 500 sub-Saharian immigrants who tried to climb over the fence that divides the Spain enclave, Ceuta, from Morocco, on 24 February 2014. Reports state that around one hundred manged to get into Ceuta according to the Civil Guard. This is the second mass attempt to cross the fence, the first attempt was on 17 February 2014.  EPA/SPANISH HOME AFFAIRS MINISTRY  HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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3. Zaun in Nordirland: Trennt Katholiken von Protestanten

Belfast's eighteenth

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Lee Young, 8 , stands beside the peace wall were he lives on the mainly Protestant Shankill area of West  Belfast, Northern Ireland, Wednesday, April, 10, 2008.  Lee Young, 8, and Cein Quinn, 7, live barely 200 yards from each other, but they probably will never meet. Lee is Protestant, Cein a Catholic _ and their communities in Belfast's west inner city are separated by a wall called a peace line. It's nearly 40 years old and 40 feet (12 meters) high.  (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

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BELFAST, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 9:  The

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4. Zaun in Zypern: Trennt griechisch Zypern von türkisch Zypern

Greek Cypriots visit the seaside town of Famagusta, or Ammochostos as it is known in Greek, which literally means 'hidden with sand', 20 May 2003.  Prior to the Turkish invasion of 1974 Famagusta was the most popular seaside resort in Cyprus. Turkish and Greek cypriots are taking advantage to cross the border after the recent opening of the borders by Turkish Cypriot authorities.   EPA-PHOTO/EPA/KATIA CHRISTODOULOU

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epa01292970 The barricades at Ledra Street in the heart of Nicosia, Cyprus 21 March 2008. Rival Cypriot leaders have agreed to reopen the landmark street running through the heart of Cyprus's divided capital in a meeting to kickstart new peace talks, said the top UN representative in the country, Michael Moller.  EPA/KATIA CHRISTODOULOU

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CYP30 - 20030430 - NICOSIA, CYPRUS : Greek Cypriots queue up to cross the border line into the Turkish part of Nicosia at the Ledra Palace checkpoint, 30 April 2003. The border was closed for almost three decades and opened following an unexpected decision by Turkish Cypriot authorities last week. Greek Cypriot ministers were meeting Wednesday to approve a raft of

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CYP02 - 20030310 - NICOSIA, CYPRUS :  Undated recent picture of the border wall in Nicosia, Cyprus. As Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders meet, 10 March 2003, in The Hague to decide whether they will proceed to a referendum, whether to accept the Annan  plan, at the end of the  month, Nicosia remains the last divided capital in Europe. The dividing wall painted by artists depicts Cyprus by hauled by men in masks and framed with barbed wire. This communicates the almost 30 year long separation of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities
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5. Zaun in Korea: Trennt Nordkorea von Südkorea

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South Korean army soldiers patrol in Paju near the border village of Panmunjom, South Korea, Tuesday, April 30, 2013. The U.S.-South Korean drills, which North Korea calls war preparations, ended Tuesday, the United States Forces Korea said. The scene behind the fence is North Korea's Kaepoong village. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

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A woman reads messages on ribbons wishing for the reunification of the two Koreas, at the Imjingak Pavilion near the border village of Panmunjom, which has separated the two Koreas since the Korean War, in Paju, north of Seoul, South Korea, Monday, April 15, 2013. Foreign governments have been struggling to assess how seriously to take North Korea's recent torrent of rhetoric — including warnings of possible nuclear war — as it expresses its anger over continuing U.S.-South Korea military maneuvers just across the border. Officials in South Korea, the United States and Japan say intelligence indicates that North Korean officials, fresh off an underground nuclear test in February, are ready to launch a medium-range missile. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

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A South Korean Army soldier walks on Unification Bridge in Paju, South Korea, near the border village of Panmunjom, Saturday, April 6, 2013. More South Koreans on Saturday began to leave North Korea and the factory park where they work, four days after Pyongyang closed the border to people and goods. (AP Photo/AhnnYoung-joon)

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6. Zaun im Kaschmir: Trennt Indien von Pakistan

Indian Border Security Force soldier patrols near the international border between India and Pakistan at R.S. Pura sector, in Jammu Kashmir state, Tuesday, March 14, 2006. (AP Photo/Channi Anand)

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An Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldier mans a machine gun at the site of an alleged encounter on the India-Pakistan border at Rajatal, Atari some 50 kilometers (27 miles) west of Amritsar, India, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010. The BSF, claimed to have killed an alleged Pakistani smuggler and seized 5.5 kilograms (12.12 pounds) of heroin along with fake Indian currency and one pistol late Monday, police said. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

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Indian civilians look towards the Pakistani side at Chamlayal border post at the India-Pakistan border, 55 kilometers (34 miles) south of Jammu, India, Thursday, June 24, 2004.  Pakistani security personnel and civilians participated Thursday in an annual festival at a mausoleum of a saint believed to possess magical powers that cures people of skin diseases. (KEYSTONE/AP Photo/Channi Anand)

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Indian Border Security Force soldiers keep strict vigil along the Indian-Pakistani border fence near their post in Amritsar sector, India, Tuesday, January 23, 2001. Security forces have been put on maximum alert along the 550 kilometer, 342 mile-long border to thwart any possible infiltration of Pakistan trained militants ahead of India's Republic Day on January 26, 2001. (KEYSTONE/AP Photo/Aman Sharma)

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7. Zaun in Palästina: Trennt Israel vom Westjordanland

Fencing which is to eventually be continuous with Israel's extensive seam barrier fence runs along the outskirts of Jerusalem near Bethlehem, the Har Homa Jewish neighborhood visible in the background, on the border of the Palestinian West Bank and Israel-controlled Jerusalem, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2003. On Wednesday, the U.N. General Assembly approved a resolution demanding that Israel remove a barrier which it says is needed to protect it from suicide bombers. (KEYSTONE/AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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EAST JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - MARCH 26:  Israeli soldiers patrol along the concrete separation barrier bordering Abu Dis, West Bank March 26, 2006 in East Jerusalem, Israel. The controversial separation barrier blocks direct access between the West Bank and Israel and will eventually separate Jerusalem from the West Bank. The wall, Israel claims, is the most effective tool to keep out Palestinian terrorists and continues to be an ongoing politcal issue as Israelis go to the polls in the upcoming March 28 general elections.  (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - MARCH 7: French artists from the

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An Israeli border policeman stands guard during the first Friday of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, before the checkpoint in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Aug. 13, 2010. Israel loosened some restrictions on Palestinian movement between the West Bank and Israel during the monthlong Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. (AP Photo/Tara Todras-Whitehill)

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8. Zaun in Amerika: Trennt die USA von Mexiko

SASABE, AZ - JUNE 01:  A massive steel fence built by the United States to deter illegal immigration separates the United States and Mexico June 1, 2010 near Sasabe, Arizona. During the 2009 fiscal year 540,865 undocumented immigrants were apprehended entering the United States illegally along the Mexican border, 241,000 of those were captured in the 262 mile stretch of the border known as the Tucson Sector.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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FILE - This Oct. 30, 2011 file photo shows the border fence stretching west of Nogales, Ariz. into the Coronado National Forest. An Arizona lawmaker, Republican state Sen. Steve Smith, who is leading an effort to build additional fences near the state's border with Mexico through donations said he expects to begin construction on more barriers some time next year.  (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Michael Chow, File)  MARICOPA COUNTY OUT; MAGS OUT; NO SALES

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SAN DIEGO, CA - OCTOBER 03: A lone shoe lies near where the U.S.-Mexico border fence meets the Pacific Ocean on October 3, 2013 in San Diego, California. While hundreds of thousands of government workers were furloughed this week, thousands of Border Patrol agents, air-traffic controllers, prison guards and other federal employees deemed

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SAN DIEGO, CA - NOVEMBER 17: Family members reunite through bars and mesh of the U.S.-Mexico border fence at Friendship Park on November 17, 2013 in San Diego, California. The U.S. Border Patrol allows people on the American side to visit with friends and family through the fence on weekends, although under supervision from Border Patrol agents. Access to the fence from the Tijuana, Mexico side is 24/7. Deportation and the separation of families is a major theme in the immigration reform debate. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

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  • Maya Eldorado 19.06.2015 22:15
    Highlight Eine Mauer wurde vergessen - die chinesische Mauer!
    Sie ist wohl die berühmteste und wohl älteste Mauer.
    Sie soll 21'196,18 km lang sein.
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    • Alpoli 20.06.2015 01:57
      Highlight Ein sehr schönes historisches Beispiel...wie ein Volk versucht sich vor anderen Völkern zu schützen...auch wenns dabei wohl eher um Überfälle marodierender Horden ging. An der Stelle dann aber auch der Limes-Wall in Deutschland oder der Hadrians-Wall in England :-)
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  • Lionqueen 19.06.2015 21:34
    Highlight Mauern versperren die Sicht und verkleinern unseren Horizont.
    13 6 Melden
  • zombie woof 19.06.2015 17:12
    Highlight Wenn es nach unseren Rechtsnationalisten ginge, hätten wir schon längst eine Mauer um die Schweiz. Mauern engen nicht nur den optischen sondern auch den geistigen Horizont ein.
    35 35 Melden
    • Sandokan 19.06.2015 18:29
      Highlight Ich wäre auch dafür das man eine Mauer um die Schweiz bauen sollte. Übrigens ist diese Idee auch schon älter. Man sollte DAS VOLK endlich mal dazu befragen, wären sicherlich einige dafür und mit einwenig SVP Millionen auch realisierbar.
      17 52 Melden
  • Statler 19.06.2015 15:53
    Highlight Übrigens geht in Ungarn bereits der Witz um, man müsse eine 4 Meter hohe Leiter mitbringen, wenn man das Land besuchen wolle...
    35 4 Melden
  • Statler 19.06.2015 15:52
    Highlight Die grösste Mauer habt Ihr vergessen: die in den Köpfen der Menschen...
    (notabene ist die auch dafür verantwortlich, dass dann Mauern aus Stein gebaut werden)
    53 13 Melden
  • saukaibli 19.06.2015 15:25
    Highlight "Perverse Grenzanlagen", genau das sind sie, danke für diesen Titel. Wenn man die Milliarden, die z.B. nur schon die Zäune um die Schengen-Aussengrenzen kosten, für Flüchtlingshilfe ausgeben würde, wäre das Geld sicher sinnvoller investiert. Aber man schottet sich lieber ab vor den Menschen, deren Not man selber zu einem grossen Teil zu verantworten hat, egal was es kostet. Nicht nur die Grenzanlagen sind pervers, die ganze grosse Weltpolitik ist komplett pervers.
    51 35 Melden
    • AdiB 19.06.2015 20:00
      Highlight du vergisst das geld das für wartung und fürs personal immer wider drauf geht. aber das "volk" schreit ja danach. und am schluss leben wir alle wie in "wayward pines".
      8 4 Melden
  • zhgr1989 19.06.2015 15:17
    Highlight Weiteres trauriges Kapitel in der jüngsten Geschichte Ungarns... vermutlich Unterstützt von der EU... ansonsten verstehe ich nicht, wie es sein kann, dass da niemand einschreitet...
    27 23 Melden
  • droelfmalbumst 19.06.2015 15:07
    Highlight na die bekanneste mauer fehlt aber... :)
    5 14 Melden
    • Rafaela Roth 19.06.2015 15:54
      Highlight welche, welche, welche?
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    • Coffee2Go 19.06.2015 16:03
      Highlight Er meint die Chinesische Mauer, da diese aber keine perverse Grenzanlage ist, kann man Kommentar von Droelfmalbumst getrost ignorieren :)
      18 5 Melden
    • droelfmalbumst 19.06.2015 16:06
      Highlight zwar keine aktuelle oder sowas, dafür umso historischer... die China Mauer
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  • Severin Bischof 20.06.2014 11:26
    Highlight Fazit: Wo immer Menschen eine Mauer bauen, versuchen andere Menschen sie zu überwinden oder malen sie an. :)
    42 5 Melden
    • Lionqueen 19.06.2015 21:35
      Highlight Das mit dem Anmalen finde ich gut. Wenn schon was im Weg steht soll es wenigstens verschönert werden!
      6 2 Melden
  • Romeo 03.03.2014 10:44
    Highlight Virtuelle Zäune gibt es viele...
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  • head 03.03.2014 09:39
    Highlight Aus Israel-Palestina, dort wo die Mauer, nicht wie getextet ein «Schutzwall gegen den Terror» ist, sondern eine Struktur zum Land klauen und Menschen isolieren: http://barrierahead.wordpress.com/tag/streetart/
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    • mauchmark 03.03.2014 14:29
      Highlight Nun, welche der acht genannten Mauern dienen nicht der Isolation von Menschen und der Markierung von Gebietsansprüchen? Und über die Frage, wer jetzt wem genau Land klaut, gibt es auch immer mindesten zwei Meinungen.
      Besonders der Nahe Osten ist ein sehr heikles Pflaster was Gebietsansprüche angeht. Man wird keine Lösung finden, ohne die mehrerer tausend Jahre alte Geschichte der Region zu berücksichtigen und zu respektieren.
      36 9 Melden
    • head 03.03.2014 21:09
      Highlight meine worte! merci
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    • dr_b 19.06.2015 15:53
      Highlight @ die Situation in in Palestina unterscheidet sich doch wesentlich von allen anderen genannten Beispielen

      Und es ist eben genau nicht die Lösung des Problems den Anspruch auf jahrtausend alte Geschichte zu Stützen

      Es ist schlicht falsch Land durch Siedlungsbau zu okkupieren
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  • mauchmark 02.03.2014 21:20
    Highlight Die Anregungen zur Umsetzung der MEI nehmen langsam konkrete Formen an...
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    • Ni De 19.06.2015 15:18
      Highlight das bekannteste beispiel fehlt aber: di chinesische mauer:D
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Migranten in Italien: Hass, Hetze und Gewalt

In Italien häufen sich die Attacken auf Menschen mit dunkler Haut. Der Staatspräsident spricht von «Barbarei», Kirchenmänner von «Rassismus» – die Regierung hält Berichte dazu für erfundenen «Unsinn».

Er habe «nur die Waffe ausprobieren» wollen, sagte der frühere Senatsangestellte zu den schrecklichen Ereignissen an jenem 17. Juli in Rom. Der Mann hatte auf ein 13 Monate altes Baby gefeuert, das Kind einer Roma-Familie wurde verletzt. Es sind Fälle wie diese, die Italien in diesem Sommer bewegen – und für eine heftige Rassismusdebatte gesorgt haben.

Seit Wochen schon werden in dem Land Migranten attackiert, vor allem solche mit schwarzer Haut. Es sind längst nicht nur Beleidigungen. Immer …

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