By: Simon Albaugh
(Scaramagkas Refugee Camp, Greece) — Mahamud Murad and his family live in a small caravan under the shadow of shipping containers and barbed wire fences. His family, and the many others like his were placed at the far end of the Scaramagkas refugee camp for the groups safety. Still this hasn’t prevented numerous knife attacks.
Continue reading Yazidi minority refugees worry about the future of their culture
By John Bozick
(Athens, Greece) — The Refugee crisis currently plaguing the Greek Isles and large majority of the Mediterranean Coast can only be described in one way, it’s a mess. Even as the migration flow has slowed to around 50 plus people daily, the crisis has put a considerable amount of strain on not only the country of Greece, but also the entire EU.
Continue reading Greece bracing for possible onslaught of refugees if European relocation ends
By Melissa Deatsch
(Athens, Greece) — As the number of refugees flowing into Greece has lowered from the dramatically high numbers of 2015, the crisis has shifted focus to improving the quality of life of the refugees inevitably stuck in limbo for many months or even years.
Continue reading New dilemma in refugee crisis: how to educate refugees stuck in Greek limbo