Syrians who crossed the Evros river in May 2018 | Photo: Reuters/A.Konstantinidis
Syrians who crossed the Evros river in May 2018 | Photo: Reuters/A.Konstantinidis

Greece is facing a new flood of refugees along its northern land border with Turkey. With winter setting in fast, migration inflows have rocketed, leaving Greek guards overwhelmed with the task of protecting Europe's eastern-most frontiers. But as Anthee Carassava explains, refugees now trying to enter Greece are being forced to turn around in a spate of violent pushbacks.


Report: Anthee Carassava

First published: October 25, 2018

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