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Before police cleared the Idomeni refugee camp in Greece last month, photographer Jodi Hilton met girls like Zeyneb, 13, waiting
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Aid organizations worry about conditions in the hastily-prepared new shelters.
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Many things are going on, and many things have to be pushed forward. One of the important projects we are going after during
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As Greek police relocate migrants and refugees from the informal Idomeni camp, photographer Kelly Lynn Lunde documents a
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They're moving people to state-run facilities where they can apply for asylum.
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During his final stop of our series "Route Mediterranean," journalist Eric Reidy visits support groups struggling to provide
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"With the borders shut, with the possibility of [them] never opening again, and being sent back to Turkey, they just wanted to do it."
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I often saw children staring into the distance, in a state of melancholy. But their difficult lives are punctuated with games, such as soccer. Despite the prevailing despair, such activities create an air of normality.
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I met a few amazing characters at the Idomeni camp and documented some of their stories.
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About 12,000 people are living in a makeshift camp at the Macedonia-Greece border.
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Embarking in Tripoli, Lebanon, where desperate Syrian refugees have sought shelter in embattled neighborhoods reminiscent