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Tuesday, 24 May 2016
At least 200 police started clearing Greece's squalid Idomeni camp Tuesday on the border with Macedonia, where over 8,400 migrants are living, according to AFP. A helicopter hovered over the camp, where some 20 police vans and dozens of plainclothes police officers were on site as the operation g...
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