Several dozen refugees, mainly Syrian women and children, pitched tents in front of the parliament building in Athens on November 1. The group demanded to be reunited with family members in other EU countries.

“Reunite our families,” read one sign held by the group of mainly Syrians, who threatened to engage in a hunger strike.

As reported by Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international broadcaster, refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan in Greece can wait 10 months or as long as two ye...

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