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Greek Immigration Crisis Spreads to Universitiesi
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Henry Ridgwell
June 16, 2012 1:41 AM
The United Nations’ High Commission for Refugees is warning of increasing violence against immigrants in Greece. Far-right parties made big gains in elections in May on anti-immigrant platforms. Henry Ridgwell visited parts of Athens that are witnessing anti-immigrant violence on a daily basis.

Greek Immigration Crisis Spreads to Universities

Henry Ridgwell

Published June 15, 2012

The United Nations’ High Commission for Refugees is warning of increasing violence against immigrants in Greece. Far-right parties made big gains in elections in May on anti-immigrant platforms. Henry Ridgwell visited parts of Athens that are witnessing anti-immigrant violence on a daily basis.


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