AYS Daily Digest 24/10/17: Appeal from rescue teams for change

Protests continue on Lesvos // Conditions worsen on the islands with rain // Protest against deportations in Leipzig // One year after the “Jungle” // Belgium forbidden to deport to Sudan?

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Photo by Σιωπή Σημαίνει Συνενοχή.

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As the largest EU Member State, Germany is not only responsible for the inadequate response to a thousandfold death of refugees in the Mediterranean but also for the dangerous action of the EU-trained and financed Libyan coast guard. In the course of several incidents involving the Libyan coast guard in international waters, the lives and well-being of refugees and rescuers have been severely compromised in recent months. Many dead were to be lamented!

Greece

Lesvos

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Photo by Legal Centre Lesbos‏
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Photo from the protest by Arash Hampay
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Photo by Shafique Azam
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Photo by Dråpen i Havet

Chios

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photo by Refugee Info Bus
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Photo by Refugee Info Bus
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Photo by Εφημερίδα Πολίτης
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photo by The Hero Centre — Chios

Samos

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Photo by MSF Sea
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Photo by MSF Sea
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Photo by Samos Volunteers

Mainland

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Macedonia

Germany

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Photo by Enough is Enough

France

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Photo by Help Refugees
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Photo by Thomas Gilbert

Belgium

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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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