Europe's final frontier - Idomeni, Greece
Europe's final frontier - Idomeni, Greece

On Monday the 4th of April, a deal was implemented by the EU meaning that any migrant crossing from Turkey to Greece illegaly would be deported back to Turkey. To make up for it, every migrant in Turkey who has refugee status and wants to claim asylum in Europe can apply to do so, and be relocated at random. This deal will accept 72, 000 refugees into Europe, just three percent of all the refugees in Turkey and only 36% of all refugees currently stuck in Greece. 

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Europe's final frontier - Idomeni, Greece
IdomeniApirl2016-2.jpg
HughWarOnWaste-1-6.jpg
IdomeniApril2016-8.jpg
IdomeniApril2016-6.jpg
IdomeniApril2016-7.jpg
IdomeniApril2016-9.jpg
IdomeniApril2016-10.jpg
IdomeniApril2016-11.jpg
IdomeniApril2016-12.jpg
L1007402.jpg
L1007505.jpg
L1007689.jpg
Europe's final frontier - Idomeni, Greece

On Monday the 4th of April, a deal was implemented by the EU meaning that any migrant crossing from Turkey to Greece illegaly would be deported back to Turkey. To make up for it, every migrant in Turkey who has refugee status and wants to claim asylum in Europe can apply to do so, and be relocated at random. This deal will accept 72, 000 refugees into Europe, just three percent of all the refugees in Turkey and only 36% of all refugees currently stuck in Greece. 

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