Aug 23, 2015
GEVGELIJA, Macedonia (AP) — Thousands of beleaguered migrants — mostly Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans fleeing bloody conflicts — crammed into trains and buses in Macedonia that brought them one step closer to the European Union on Sunday, a day after they stormed past police trying to block them from entering the country from Greece. On Saturday, some 2,000 rain-soaked migrants rushed past...Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/NSW4O
GEVGELIJA, Macedonia (AP) -- Thousands of rain-soaked migrants on Saturday rushed past Macedonian riot police who were attempting to block them from entering Macedonia from Greece. Police fired stun grenades
GEVGELIJA, Macedonia (AP) -- Thousands of migrants have rushed past police who were attempting to block them from entering Macedonia from Greece. The migrants went past barbed wire that blocked them from
Thousands of rain-soaked migrants remain trapped in a no man's land between Greece and Macedonia as Macedonian police continue to block the frontier, preventing them from heading north to the European Union. Overnight, police let only small groups of families with children cross the border...
Thousands of migrants have rushed past police who were attempting to block them from entering Macedonia from Greece.
Thousands of migrants on Saturday rushed past baton-wielding Macedonian police who were attempting to block them from entering Macedonia from Greece.
The leaders of China and South Korea pledged to work together to counter North Korea’s rapidly advancing nuclear program, resetting relations that had soured over Seoul’s deployment of an American missile-defense system.
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