Greek refugees face uncertain future

Refugees in Greece hoping to be reunited with their families in Germany are facing huge uncertainty with warnings that it may never happen.

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    Refugees in Greece hoping to be reunited with their families in Germany are facing huge uncertainty with warnings that it may never happen.

    Aid groups in Greece say those refugees with a legal right to leave for Germany are having to wait months or even years longer than they had expected to.

    The rise of the far right in Germany and its demands for caps on refugee numbers is being blamed.

    Al Jazeera's Laurence Lee reports from northern Greece.


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