After months in Greek custody, Syrian aid worker Sarah Mardini has been released on bail. She was charged with human trafficking while working as a refugee helper on Lesbos.
The three Spanish firefighters and two Danish men have been acquitted on charges of attempting to illegally bring migrants to Greece. They had been involved in rescue missions for refugees and migrants in the Aegean Sea.
Aid workers or human traffickers? Legal uncertainty in Europe has hampered people's willingness to help refugees. What is legal, and what will be punished?
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