Idomeni: Migrants and refugees re-occupy railroad line
The railroad line at Idomeni has been reoccupied by migrants and refugees, who set up tents once more, after initially being cleared out on Monday morning by the police.
The Police carried out an operation early on Monday morning at Idomeni and cleared out the railway line, which had been occupied by migrants and refugees for the past 30 days.
The line had been occupied by migrants and refugees in protest of the borders with FYROM closing, leaving many of them stranded in Greece. According to the police the operation concluded without any tension or violent incident.
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