AYS Daily Digest 03/04/17: New wave of police raids and evictions of refugees in Greece

Police raided refugee squats on Lesvos, same actions expected in Athens | Protests on Greek islands as desperation grows | Lebanese PM urges for help from the international community | Italy to close the deal with Libya | Germany closes school halls, but many still live in collective accommodation | Horrible scenario develops in Calais and Dunkirk | UK groups look for more hosts

A wall at the warehouse in Belgrade that hosts young refugees (Photo: Mabel Montero)


19 refugees arrested in a police raid


At least 1134 documented civilian deaths in the past month


Lebanon is on the verge of a breaking point and urges action be taken by the international community

“We say to Europe, to the United States, to the international community: there is a country that is willing to help these refugees. What are you doing to help that country?”


Arrivals and registration


The Ellinikon warehouse has different opening hours in the next two weeks:

News That Moves and Translators without Borders bring new answers to the current rumours




A deal between Italy and Libya formed


Last refugees staying in sports halls moved to other housing — still, many remain in mass shelters


Children in Dunkirk and Calais sleeping rough, controlled and threatened by gangs and traffickers


MSF MOBILE CLINIC schedule until the end of this week:

Paris information map by Solidarithé


5 people arrested for attacking a young boy on Friday

Hosts wanted!

“It brings so much to your life and is a literal lifeline for someone who has already gone through so much. Can you help us?”

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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