The numbers of migrants on Greece’s northern border are building up, following a policy shift from the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The army completed a fence running along the border over the weekend and has effectively stopped allowing immigrants from countries other than Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq to pass through.
Prior to the refugee crisis, women from Somalia were immediately granted asylum as they are often used as sex slaves by armed forced in their country.
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