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A “tragedy” and a “false propaganda"

A “tragedy” and a “false propaganda"
By Aristea from Solomon • Issue #37 • View online
Bodies of people have been found near to the Turkey - Greek border, after they apparently froze to death.
Greece’s Migration Minister Notis Mitarachi said the deaths were a “tragedy”, but that Turkey’s version of events was “false propaganda”.
And a ping-pong game of accuses between those two countries is still on.
Find more below.

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IPI on legal threat against Solomon, RU: "Clear attempt to silence public interest reporting"
Greece: Refugees, asylum-seekers struggle to integrate
Twelve refugees found frozen to death near Turkey-Greece border
Undocumented and still unvaxxed in Greece
RSF in English
#Greece: @RSF_inter condemns the intimidation of @reporters_gr & @we_are_solomon for their stories about spending #EU funds for asylum policy. The incriminated NGO Hopeten sent them pre-litigation warnings, although the journalists’ work is in the Greek & European public interest
Germany draws more refugees granted protection in Greece
Greek protesters torch equipment at island migrant camp
Greece: People on the Move Caught in Deadly Greek-Turkish Stand-off, Government Attempts to Hide Lack of Access to Asylum Procedures, EU-Funded “Prison Structures” Face Local Opposition
Afghan Refugees Face Two-Tier System in Europe
LOST STARS, A documentary film, Official Teaser with English subtitles
LOST STARS, A documentary film, Official Teaser with English subtitles
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