Over 60,000 refugees in Greece – 183 new arrivals in past 24 hours
The Refugee Crisis Management Coordination Body’s has announced that there are over 60,000 refugees and migrants in Greece on Tuesday, based on its latest count.
In the past 2 hours there have been 183 new arrivals reported, with 16,425 of refugees accommodated in northern Greece, 8,788 in Attica, 16,425 in central Greece and 246 in southern Greece, while 13,171 refugees and migrants were recorded on the eastern Aegean islands.
Furthermore a total of 8,788 refugees and migrants are hosted in several facilities operated by the UNHCR, and 2,482 persons are living outside of organized facilities.
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