Nearly three years after the migrant crisis flooded the Mediterranean countries on the EU's southern flank with hundreds of thousands of mostly Middle Eastern and African refugees, a top Greek court ruled on April 18 that the migrants who have been stranded on several Greek islands should no longer be held there while asylum claims are assessed and must be allowed into mainland Greece.

Greece’s highest court overturned the Greek Asylum Service’s decision to impose geographical restrictions on...


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