Bosnia: Stranded refugees allege Croatian police brutality

Why Refugees in Bosnia find themselves stuck in limbo and vulnerable to violence.

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    The number of migrants arriving into Europe is at its lowest in the last five years. A tough European stance has prevented many of them from entering.

    But those stuck in limbo in Bosnia have revealed stories of brutality by Croatian border police.

     

    Al Jazeera's David Chater reports from the Bosnian border town of Bihac.


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