Slow pace of returns and relocations leaves refugee crisis finely balanced

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The refugee crisis is back in the spotlight, and for reasons that indicate Greece still finds itself in a precarious position that could deteriorate rapidly if the agreement between the European Union and Turkey falls apart in the coming months.

A number of refugee-related developments this week served as a reminder that despite the lull in arrivals over the last few weeks (90 percent down in April compared to March), Greece still faces significant challenges.

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