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Fermeture des frontières et températures glaciales : dur hiver pour les réfugiés

A disabled refugee at the transit camp in Idomeni near Greece's border with Macedonia. Many refugees and migrants making the journey through Europe are elderly or disabled. NGOs provide them with wheelchairs and medical assistance.
(Dimitris Tosidis/IRIN)

Les réfugiés et les migrants qui tentent de traverser le petit village d’Idomeni, près de la frontière greco-macédonienne, pâtissent de l’adoption de politiques frontalières toujours plus restrictives par les pays situés plus au nord. Ce week-end, des milliers de personnes ont dû dormir dehors, par moins huit degrés Celsius, tandis que la Macédoine n’autorisait l’entrée qu’à un petit nombre de réfugiés pendant quelques heures par jour.

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