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Christos Christou Nov 19
I am currently in visiting projects. The was announced as a temporary and extraordinary measure, necessary to end human suffering. 4 years later, what I see in is a protracted state of human tragedy
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MSF Sea Nov 7
In humanitarian terms, the is a tragedy, we repeated to the . For years it has lead to a chronic humanitarian and mental health emergency on the Greek islands, with children self-harming or attempting suicide. This must end.
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HarekAct Jul 22
Replying to @HarekAct
Istanbul Governorate released a statement to confirm the deportations aimed to combat irregular migration. They warn the foreigners to carry their IDs or to return the cities they are registered untill 20 August. Another snap statement released on the suspension of .
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Giorgos Kosmopoulos Mar 18
Replying to @GiorgosKosmop
Camp management fears that bureaucratic obstacles likely to exasperate the situation as contracts of crucial services expire and they expect gaps. They also say that complaints and allegations (including by NGOs) are often exaggerated.
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ECRE Jul 23
Turkish Government announced suspension of readmission agreement with amid reports on crackdown on Syrian refugees in Istanbul - via:
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Oxfam EU Sep 30
In Moria, 13,000 people are crammed into an unsafe camp that was built for 3000. The forces refugees and other migrants to live in these overcrowded, unfit camps which pose a direct threat to their safety. 👇🏽
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Marianna Karakoulaki Sep 29
Replying to @Faloulah
Fast forward to the summer of 2019. Number of arrivals increase to a degree that reminds us of 2015. Due to the and geographical restriction people stay in Moria. Moria has a capacity of 3000. It currently has 13000 people.
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Ben Ward Mar 18
3 years of have brought nothing but misery for asylum seekers trapped on the Greek islands. Civil society groups from across Europe today unite to call on Greece & its EU partners to end the containment policy &
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Giorgos Kosmopoulos Aug 15
:For the 1st time since the 2016 asylum seekers on the Greek islands has exceeded 21 000. Numbers are shocking (population vs capacity in camps) : 7933/3000 🚩 : 2330/1014 : 3949/648🚩😡 : 1253/860 : 1971/ 816
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Asteris Masouras 正义 Nov 7
"To improve the capacities of the Turkish coast guard to perform search-and-rescue operations." By which they mean illegal pushbacks. The EU will do anything to uphold the dreadful , thereby playing into Erdogan's hands.
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Marianna Karakoulaki Oct 10
The EU considers Turkey a safe country and still insists on keeping the . Now that Turkey is attacking Northern Syria and the Kurds will possibly seek asylum in Europe (Greece), will we still try to send them back to Turkey?
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Legal Centre Lesvos Mar 16
No more prison islands! Demonstration in to mark 3 years of the racist
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MSF Sea Nov 27
"It is time for leaders to admit that the logic of the doesn't match the reality of the people who arrive in . These people have real needs and these needs do not disappear because it is politically inconvenient". Reem Mussa, Humanitarian advisor.
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Marianna Karakoulaki Sep 29
Replying to @Faloulah
What happened is an immediate result of the , Greece and the EU's migration policies. If situation continues like this, what we saw yesterday is just the beginning of what is going to happen. 7/
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MSF Sea Mar 18
On the 3rd anniversary of the signing of the , is calling on European leaders to take action to end the harmful policy of containment on the Greek islands and to immediately evacuate the vulnerable to the mainland or elsewhere in the
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Amnesty Ireland Mar 21
This is where 3 years of the on migration has brought us. Thousands of refugees trapped on Greek islands. Is this humanity? No…
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George Roussos Jan 3
Idlib Refugees Putting Pressure on With Russia & Iran joining Syrian regime in pounding the population of Idlib in northern Syria, a new wave of refugees is heading for Turkey. Ankara has signaled that it may mark the end of the refugee pact
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Moving Europe Jul 22
announced today that the readmission agreement with the is suspended:
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NoBorders Jan 7
Photos from Lesvos island, in Greece (taken from local media), place where 20.000 refugees "live" in inhuman conditions, trapped by the geographical restriction, from the
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George Roussos Nov 4
41 migrants alive in refrigerated truck in | Police arrest driver as seven people are taken to hospital for first aid
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