Refugee Bottleneck in Greece

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The refugee situation in Greece, the Western Balkans and Europe is getting worse, just as more are attempting to flee the war and persecution by ISIS and other terrorists groups.  What seems to be constantly lost in the politics, planning and reporting is that these are real human beings.  They are caught between certain or likely death and running for their lives.  Partially or completely closing borders might alleviate a migration problem but those actions put the refugee’s lives at risk.  Trading innocent lives for “secure borders” is simply immoral.  The Economist describes the latest governmental actions:

Economist – Hard lines: Greece’s migrant bottleneck

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