Some of the Syrian refugees after arrival in Zagreb last week. Credit: IOM
The Council of Europe is hoping for a full investigation into allegations of police abuse of migrants in the country. In the picture, a migrant in Bosnia shows wounds allegedly caused by Croatian border police.
Migrants walk toward the Slovenian-Austrian border between Sentilj and Spielfield, in Sentilj, Slovenia. Credit: EPA/ Gyorgy Varga
Migrants in Croatia, in tents set in front of the Hungarian wall. PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA/DRAGAN PETROVIC
Hundreds of migrants march from Belgrade to the Croatian border on the highway Belgrade-Zagreb near Pecinci 50km from Belgrade, Serbia, 12 November 2016. EPA/KOCA SULEJMANOVIC
Refugee in Bosnia baring his right arm
Migrants at the border area between Serbia and Croatia
Red Cross workers look after the health of migrants in Bosnia, some of whom have allegedly received injuries from the Croatian police Credit: InfoMigrants
InfoMigrants talked to refugees living rough in Velika Kladusa, Bosnia
Migrants stuck in Bosnia
A Croatian police officer talks to refugees from Syria and Iraq waiting to cross the Greek-Macedonian border, near the Macedonian city of Gevgelia, 22 February 2016.  Photo: EPA/GEORGI LICOVSKI
Latest group of Syrian refugees from Turkey arrive in Zagreb, Croatia Credit:IOM