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Franziska Grillmeier 17h
Women washing sheets in olive grove fields. The resilience, the survival, the dance, the laughs, the hope, the sorrow, the daily struggle to survive by the people who remain unseen, pushed aside & weaponized is continuing every single day, not only on .
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Begum Basdas 12h
At this moment, one important problem is how are we going to monitor human rights violations at the Greek borders? Cases of push-backs and use of force by Greek border guards must be documented. Local groups/sources must take a stand and support asylum seekers.
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David Stalwart Feb 27
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🇫🇷Persian Girl🇫🇷Amreen Nazanin Rajavi(Amy) 9h
Dinghy boat carrying landed on the northern coast of Lesbos island, Europe is doomed, unless we stop this!!!!
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Raphael Knipping 13h
In case you ever wondered how those "dramatic" landing pictures are made? It's photographers behaving like they are in a zoo, when there is people whimpering in pain sitting on the ground:
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uli vsanden Feb 20
Replying to @ulimuc1
report from 18 Jan 2020 - Cruel Detention Policies in Greece on the Rise – Death in Moria Prison shows the Violence of Migrant Incarceration System in the European Hotspots
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Rinio 29m
Turkey/EU: Refugees must not pay the price in political game People seeking asylum are once again being used as bargaining chips in a deadly political game, a predictable consequence of the EU-Turkey deal (Massimo Moratti, Amnesty International)
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Marianna Karakoulaki Feb 26
What's been happening in at the moment showcases what happens when a government gains votes out of empty promises, without any actual plans, and through authoritarian measures . Stay tuned because things will escalate for locals and
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Ibrahim 1h
Greek fascists are threatening to shoot or drown ! They are as dangerous as
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Anek Flouz 8h
Every playground has better attitudes than the Greek and the Turkish government.. using the next biggest vulnerable group with no means to defend themselves & than play with their lives. Shame on both of them + shame on the EU who hides their responsibility even more
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Sanar Hasan 14h
Turkish police released some immigrants from prison and carried them to the border.
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Franziska Grillmeier 16h
Replying to @FranziEire
Attifa is with only one week one of the youngest residents of . Born in Mytilini hospital, mother and child were transferred to the olive grove fields one day after the birth.
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Maria Feb 27
A fair account of the refugee situation on Lesvos Island, my parent’s birthplace. Our Lives in Lesvos via
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Franziska Grillmeier 16h
Replying to @FranziEire
Volleyball game in the sourrounding olive grove fields. Next to the players, the Congolese community is praying, singing and chanting prayers of hope.
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nef Feb 26
Why you may wonder.. well the Greek, Right-wing government would rather keep the increasing number of in the camps instead of moving them from to the mainland and to other EU countries, which btw they´ve closed their borders! Where is the solidarity from ?
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مريوم 5h
many fb groups related to info sharing for asylum and refugee claims releasing these kinds of statements hoping to reach people before they get stuck.
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Franziska Grillmeier 17h
Replying to @FranziEire
Camp residents buy solar lamps to charge their phone, cook water for tea and make light at night. Also fights erupt over these resources.
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Franziska Grillmeier 15h
Replying to @FranziEire
After days of rain, fire wood and tents are drying in the sun again. The same as the people, who can finally move more, cook outside on an open fire & wash their clothes.
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Franziska Grillmeier 18h
Replying to @FranziEire
People warming up after a windy and rainy night. Making fire. Baking bread. Prepaire for lunch. Carrying garbage to the streets, since garbage wasn’t picked up for days. Fixing their huts & carrying material to fix the parts broken in the tents.
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kazi 3m
Replying to @katia0
thrown by the border guards of the state whose borders were supposed to be open. Being refugee twice. Being trapped again. Risking your life once again. SHAME ON YOU for keep on instrumentalizing SHAME ON YOU & state for the repression.
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