Greece makes arrests, takes steps to tackle migrant crisis

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2 September 2015 | 18:53
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Athens. Greek authorities detained six foreigners for suspected human trafficking on Wednesday as the interim government announced new new measures to tackle a crisis that has seen hundreds of migrants and refugees arriving on Greek shores every day, Reuters reported.

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With the constitutional amendments adopted on first reading, Ukraine shows that it fulfils its commitments made in the Minsk II agreement: Anton Kisse

With the constitutional amendments adopted on first reading, Ukraine shows that it fulfils its commitments made in the Minsk II agreement: Anton Kisse

2 September 2015 | 16:46 | Focus News Agency Anton Kisse, President of the Association of Bulgarians in Ukraine and an MP in the Ukrainian Parliament, talks in an interview with FOCUS News Agency about the recent clashes before the Ukrainian parliament during the voting on first reading of the draft amendments to the Constitution, aiming at decentralisation of the local authorities.

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