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“We are hiding near Nea Vyssa in fear of pushback.”




Where Europe ends: A view of the Evros River by the Greek side of the border.



Where Europe ends: A view of the Evros River by the Greek side of the border.

Alkis Konstantinidis/ REUTERS


“There are no pushbacks on the Evros.”

Greek police spokesperson




Tens of thousands of pushbacks? Masked Greek police patrol the area near the Turkish border looking for migrants.



Tens of thousands of pushbacks? Masked Greek police patrol the area near the Turkish border looking for migrants.

AP/dpa





Ayşe Erdoğan's desperate messages to her brother along with also the rest of the earth



Ayşe Erdoğan’s desperate messages to her brother along with also the rest of the earth

Forensic Architecture




A militarized zone: There are two Greek watchtowers on the left as well as a Turkish one on the right.



A militarized zone: There are two Greek watchtowers on the left as well as a Turkish one on the right.

Alkis Konstantinidis/ REUTERS

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Videos Show Apparent Illegal Pushback of Migrants






Videos Show Apparent Illegal Pushback of Migrants


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The Turkish Woman Who Fled Her Country only To Get Sent Back

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