Posted By kallona on 03/03/2016
Migrants who are waiting to cross the Greek-FYROM border, try to bring down a tree near the village of Idomeni.
Their paths separate under a frayed banner that reads “Welcome to Greece,” some two kilometers from the border with Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
Ahmed Majid, a Syrian, will take his place among thousands of fellow Syrian and Iraqi refugees stuck at the border crossing of Idomeni where FYROM only allows a few hundred through each day.
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