Aug 13, 2015

The world in brief, August 13th 2015 | Espresso

Authorities on the Greek island of Kos, a main staging point for migrants, appealed for help. With facilities over-stretched, rising numbers of new arrivals, sporadic violence and fears of bloodshed, extra riot police have been brought in. The plight of up to 2,500 people corralled in a stadium, many with no access to food or shade, is attracting particular concern. , At least 44 people were...

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