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Greece: 35,000 refugees pushed back since last week

The Greek government says it's stopped 35 thousand refugees reaching its territory from Turkey in the past week. The EU has expressed support for the Greek authorities, despite what the United Nations says is their excessive use of force. Thousands of refugees are stuck in no man's land at the Greek Pazarkule border crossing - some of them having started hunger strikes to protest the violence they've been subjected to. From the Turkish side of the border, Semir Sejfovic reports. #Greece #GreeceRefugees #TurkeyGreeceBorder

'They broke his bones'

'They broke his bones'

Greek government will try to speed up relocation of refugees

Greek government will try to speed up relocation of refugees

EU leaders visit Greek border to discuss migrant crisis

EU leaders visit Greek border to discuss migrant crisis

Groups condemn use of force by Greek authorities on migrants

Groups condemn use of force by Greek authorities on migrants

Queen's Funeral: Was your country invited?

Queen's Funeral: Was your country invited?

Looking at the Stars | Storyteller | Full Film

Looking at the Stars | Storyteller | Full Film

Will Sweden’s New Government Follow Through On Its Promise About Tackling the PKK Terror Group?

Will Sweden’s New Government Follow Through On Its Promise About Tackling the PKK Terror Group?

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

The far-right alliance claims victory in Italy

The far-right alliance claims victory in Italy

CLIMATE APARTHEID: Does the WEST owe a debt to the rest of the world?

CLIMATE APARTHEID: Does the WEST owe a debt to the rest of the world?

17th Istanbul Biennial | Showcase Special

17th Istanbul Biennial | Showcase Special

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