AYS DAILY NEWS DIGEST 5.5.2016.

The Greek government plans to end the relocation of people from Idomeni camp by the end of May. Refugees stranded in this camp are beginning a new wave of hunger strikes, four of them have sewn up their mouthes. In Syria, attacks on civilians continue with as many as being 30 killed in one camp near the border with Turkey. The situation is critical at Vial camp. Volunteers are needed in Belgrade, where more and more refugees are coming every day.

Photo by Refugee TV at Idomeni

FEATURE STORY

The relocation of refugees from Idomeni to begin soon.

Photo Refugee TV Idomeni

Syria

Up to 30 people killed in refugee camp

Activists in the city of Aleppo dye the Martyrs River formerly known (Queiq) RED, photo by Laurent Dan Moeri

Jesuit Refugee Service to leave Aleppo due to danger.

Turkey

Help needed in Izmir.

Greece

New arrivals to Greek islands.

Horrific situation at Vial camp

Community garden in Ritsona camp.

Free border school at Idomeni.

Photo by Borderfree Association

Buses will be on strike in Thessaloniki from tomorrow until Sunday.

Macedonia

A measles case has been confirmed in Gevgelija.

Serbia

Food distribution in park in Belgrade

No information about the masked assailants who destroyed Belgrade reception centers last week.

Hungary

Thousands of crossings into Hungary in April

Italy

New place for refugees in Milan

Food and medicines for Idomeni

France

No protests in Calais areas this weekend

General

Bracelets for refugees

MSF out of the World Humanitarian Summit

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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