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‘It’s an atrocity against humankind’

‘It’s an atrocity against humankind’
By Aristea from Solomon • Issue #38 • View online
Hey hey,
Greek pushback blamed for double drowning of two men seeking international protection. Their bodies were found days later on the Aegean coast.
The Greek prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, has frequently denied that pushbacks occur.
Well, let’s find out more.

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1⃣ Several of our readers had their first contact with our work through The Logbook of Moria, a story:

- by @IPapangeli & @Malichudis
- in collaboration with @reporters_gr & @investigate_eu
- published in 8 European languages
- shortlisted for the 2021 @EuroPressPrize https://t.co/3CqNhPySaR
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🆕 Ο «δικός μας» @NasruddinNizam1 μίλησε στην εκπομπή Mega Stories του @MegaTvOfficial, που προβλήθηκε εχθές παρουσιάζοντας ιστορίες προσφύγων.

Στη φωτογραφία αριστερά, το ταξίδι που έκανε ο Νασρουντίν προτού εγκατασταθεί & χτίσει τη ζωή του στην Ελλάδα.

https://t.co/SYVnDw95jr https://t.co/4ZxgAoR1df
NEWS & STORIES
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IOM issues alarm over deaths on Greek-Turkish border
LONGREADS
‘It’s an atrocity against humankind’: Greek pushback blamed for double drowning
EU Border Officials Accused of Throwing Refugees into the Sea
Migrants cope with freezing weather, violence on Hungary border
NOT TO LOSE
Aegean Boat Report
An Important Step Forward In Our Fight Against Pushbacks! https://t.co/fPvMSREjIQ
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