Greece urged to not send refugees back to Turkey

Refugee advocates are hoping Greece's supreme court will stop people who have lost their asylum claims from being returned to Turkey, which is not deemed safe for many migrants and refugees.

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    Refugee advocates are hoping Greece's supreme court will stop people who have lost their asylum claims from being returned to Turkey, which is not deemed safe for many migrants and refugees.

     

    Greece is one of the countries dealing with a large number of refugees arriving on its shores. As a result, support services from all over the world have set up base on the tiny island.

     

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Lesbos.


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