Refugee crisis edges further onto domestic political agenda

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Refugees

Monday’s summit between the European Union and Turkey to discuss the refugee crisis is taking on ever greater importance for the Greek government.

With the situation at the border in Idomeni, and other spots around Greece, becoming increasingly difficult to manage due to the rising number of refugees and migrants unable to move on to their desired destinations, Athens desperately needs some kind o...

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