7,500 refugees crossed from Greece to FYROM in last 24 hours
About 7,500 refugees have crossed from Greece to FYROM near the border town of Idomeni in the last 24 hours, the police’s General Directorate of FYROM told ANA-MPA on Sunday.
The flow of people continues unabated while another 2,000 are waiting to cross, police added.
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