Migrants on the Greek-FYROM border attacked police with stones Nov. 28, enraged by the sight of FYROM authorities erecting a border fence.
Greece’s economic crisis, heading for a sixth year in 2016, is so tough even prostitutes are selling sex for a quick bite, world press reports say.
With the EU readying money for Turkey, Premier Alexis Tsipras said it’s Greece “guarding the European Union’s borders” in a refugee crisis.
FYROM police have charged into Greek territory on Nov. 28 after an estimated 250 or more asylum-seekers began pelting the police with rocks. Police were chasing the migrants with stun grenades.
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After a slowdown with cooler weather, the number of refugees and migrants coming into Greece has picked up again as the crisis continues.
Greece has spent 800,000 euros so far this year spent more than 800,000 euros in healthcare for about 2,000 migrants and refugees,