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Poor conditions in Greece fail to deter refugees from wanting to continue journey
Just over half of the refugees who found themselves stuck in Greece last month due to the closure of the northern border would remain in a reception centre until the borders open even though 71.4 percent are not satisfied with their current living conditions, a detailed survey of over 600 refugees in four camps has found.
Only 13.5 percent said they would try to continue their journey to their desired destination using another route, while a similar number said they would either stay in Greece in other organised accommodation or with friends. Almost 17 percent would retu...
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