Refugees manage their own affairs at a squatted hotel in Athens. The building currently houses some 400 migrants from Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan. The Greek state is tolerating the squat, which provides an alternative to refugee camps.
Having fled the murderous threat of the "Islamic State" (IS) group, Yazidi families from Iraq now live in fear in refugee camps in Greece. Judit Neurink reports from Malakasa.
The Greek island of Lesbos has seen its economy plummet since the refugee crisis began, but residents are working to rejuvenate it — with a little help from the new arrivals, reports Jessica Bateman.
Camps set up for displaced people on the Greek islands are overcrowded. New facilities are being erected on the mainland, but only refugees with certain designated needs will ever be permitted to reside in them.
This summer, up to 4,000 refugees attempted to reach the EU via Bosnia-Herzegovina. Most remain stranded in camps, facing the prospect of a harsh winter. Frank Hofmann reports from Velika Kladusa.
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