Significant fall in migrant arrivals but camp conditions a growing concern

PoliticsGreek Politics

The continuing decline in migrant arrivals is providing Greek authorities with some respite as they tackle the refugee crisis but severe challenges remain at island hotspots and camps on the mainland.

According to the latest data from the UNHCR, as of April 20 there were an average of 139 arrivals a day this month. This is substantially down on the 870 daily arrivals in March and is an indication that the EU-Turkey agreement has had an impact even th...

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