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Thousands of migrants break police lines at Macedonia border

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Thousands of migrants break police lines at Macedonia border

Post by Admin on Sat Aug 22, 2015 12:51 pm

Chaos ensued as thousands of people pushed through the Macedonian border as police allowed a small group to enter the country. Security forces have strengthened barricades and added a second layer of barbed wire.

Thousands of migrants broke police lines at the Macedonian border with Greece on Saturday, despite a blockade preventing them from entering the Balkan country, news agencies reported.

The rush happened as police attempted to allow a small group of migrants with small children to pass, when crowds at the back rushed towards the shielded police wall.

There were no immediate reports on the number of injuries.

Around 2,000 people - including women and children - had slept outside overnight in cold and wet conditions, despite calls by the United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) for the border to be reopened.

Early on Saturday, groups of "vulnerable" families with children were permitted over the border, near the town of Gevgelija, where they headed to a nearby railway station, reported The Associated Press. From there, they boarded trains to Serbia from where they could travel further north to EU-member Hungary................

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