Bosnia migrants: Camps struggle with rising number

According to local authorities, they will restrict access to camps if central government does not do more to relocate migrants.

    Conditions at two migrant camps in Bosnia and Herzegovina are being described as "unliveable".

    Local authorities are threatening to restrict access to the camps in the northwest.

    The town of Bihac is struggling to deal with the rising numbers of migrants, as thousands are stuck near the border with European Union member, Croatia.

    People living there want them relocated by the central government.

    Al Jazeera's Raheela Mahomed reports.


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