AYS Daily Digest 01/05/17: Police raids and expulsions more frequent

Syria — MSF condemned armed conflicts invading the hospitals in Damascus / New arrivals and new police raids on Aegean islands / Moria hunger strike ends / Donations needed in Greece / News from Šid, Serbia / French police practicing violence and restrictions towards young refugees / Suspected arson attack in Italy / Worrying results of IOM’s survey

by: Falko one, via: Art Against


A report from Šid, Serbia


MSF condemns attacks on hospitals



The first arrival to Chios today (Photo: Pothiti Kitromilidi‎)
Last Friday, after exactly one week, the 12 hunger strikers in Moria decided to end their hunger strike. Their decision came after a meeting with the authorities, who again repeated that nothing would change. “We stopped the strike, but we will never stop fighting for our rights”, the group said. They are now getting their strength and health back. (Photo: Lesvos Solidarity — Pikpa)

Police raids on Lesvos and Samos

Supplies needed

As usual, with the help of Translators without Borders, the News That Moves team has prepared answers to the latest rumours spread aroud




Fire set in a house intended to house refugees

More communities needed for solidarity, against intolerance



Exclusion and violence towards young refugees in France


Analysis: human trafficking and other exploitative practices prevalence indication survey

Daily news digests from the field, mainly for volunteers and refugees on the route, but also for journalists and other parties.

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