Athens | Elvira Krithari | 27 March 2017

Despite the arrest of its leadership, on trial for the murder of rapper Pavlos Fyssas, the neo-Nazi Golden Dawn movement continues to have support in the impoverished Greek society

Idomeni, scenes from the camp

Daily life in an extemporary camp in Idomeni, at the border between Greece and Macedonia, where more than 10 thousand refugees and migrants await for the border to be reopened

Pictures from Idomeni

Thousands of migrants and refugees are stranded in Idomeni, at the border between Greece and Macedonia. Bledar Hasko visited the camp at the beginning of March

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