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#Lesvos, #Greece: Salam Aldeen released from prison – Forced to leave Greece

Lesvos, Greece. On December 27, Salam Aldeen was released after 16 days in prison without charges. Greek authorities forced Salam to leave the country before the end of the year.

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Danish emergency worker Salam Aldeen has been arrested in #Greece

Press release from Team Humanity Denmark

It’s happened again! Danish emergency worker Salam Aldeen has been arrested in Greece on charges of “public threat” because he works as a humanitarian emergency worker in Lesbos, where there is currently 20,000 refugees. Salam Aldeen has been detained and will be imprisoned until he is deported from Greece.

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The closing of #Moria: a colonialist demand

Following the recent news about the Greek government’s intention to transfer all the people trapped on the islands to the mainland and to close the camps on Lesvos (Moria), Chios (Vial) and Samos (Vathi), we want to send you our reflections from NBK. All of us on Lesvos have, on at least some occasion, called for Moria camp to be closed. But this is no moment for celebration.

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#Lesvos: “Sometimes I think drowning in the sea is better than living in #Moria”

Lesvos (Greek territory). An update from lesvos by the No Border Kitchen crew.

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After parliamentary elections in #Greece: new government threatens #RefugeesGR

The new Greek government ist threatening squats and the anarchist movement on the Greek territory. In particular the free spaces in the Exarchia neighbourhood in Athens. Migrants are also under even more pressure comparing to the last government. Let’s not forget that it was the Syriza government who started the first wave of evictions of migrant squats.

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#RefugeesGR #Lesvos: One year on from far-right attacks

Mytilene, Lesvos (Greece): Today is one year since migrants protesting in Sappho square were attacked by a far-right mob. Roughly 200 fascists attacked refugees and migrants, as well as those standing in solidarity with them, with projectiles.

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Hunger strike for the #FreedomOfMovement in front of Greek parliament: #FreeAmirHampay!

After 901 days of requests, petitions and protests, Amir Hampay is still on Lesvos. Amir’s case is exemplary for many people who are stuck on the Balkan route because of EU border policies.

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#RefugeesGR: Ongoing Criminalization of Refugee Protests – Upcoming trials against migrants on #Lesvos

Greek territory: The criminalization of refugees protesting for their rights on Lesvos Island continues.

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#NoBorders Kitchen #Lesvos: In memory and rage

Statement from No Border Kitchen Lesvos about the death of Jean Paul, a 24 year old man from Cameroon.

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