Greek police use tear gas on third day of migrants' protests

Migrants clash with police for the third day in northern Greece.

    The anti-riot police in Greece have used tear gas on hundreds of migrants trying to cross into North Macedonia.

    It is the third day of unrest, concentrated near the city of Thessaloniki.

    Migrants travelled to the area after rumours spread on social media that the border would be opened.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Stancl has more.


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