3 Afghans drowned in Suva Reka FYROM – Greece border river passage while over 30 photojournalists got arrested by FYROM police


Migrants from a camp near Idomeni village, cross the river trying to find alternative way to cross the Greek-Macedonian border, near Idomeni, northern Greece, 14 March 2016. Greece has registered in its territory more of 44,000 migrants trapped due to entry restrictions already imposed by Macedonia in recent months, by denying entry to all those who are considered economic migrants, prohibiting the passage of Afghans, and finally denying entry to all Syrians and Iraqis who are not from combat areas.

As reported, refugees were encouraged to search for “unfenced passages” in Greece – FYROM border area since Monday morning.

3 Afghan migrants drowned in Suva Reka river between Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Greece, while atempting to cross the dangerous pass, as Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) confirm, while over 30 photojournalists arrested by FYROM police, as they followed refugees that attempted to cross Greece - FYROM border in Vardar river area.

Photojournalists and journalists followed around 2,000 refugees that left Idomeni camp area in order to find open passage, as Greece - FYROM buffer zone ...

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