Idomeni clash broadens fronts on which Greece has to tackle refugee crisis

PoliticsForeign Policy Tags: Refugees

Another layer in the complexity of dealing with the refugee crisis resurfaced for the Greek government on Sunday, when an attempt by dozens of migrants to cross the border with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) increased diplomatic tension between the two countries.

FYROM authorities fired tear gas and rubber bullets to keep back the migrants who tried to break out of the Idomeni camp, where the sense of desperation has grown after the implementation of the European Union-Turkey agreement on refugees began earlier ...

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