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Aid Organizations in Croatia Overwhelmed

At a temporary refugee camp in Croatia, aid organizations are overwhelmed and unable to take care of all of the people.
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Police physically separate groups of people after scuffles over which nationalities are being allowed inside the camp, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015. (Heather Murdock/VOA)
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Police physically separate groups of people after scuffles over which nationalities are being allowed inside the camp, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015. (Heather Murdock/VOA)

Inside the camp are doctors, food and places to rest. Authorities don’t try to stop small children from sneaking inside, but teenagers who scale the fence are told to climb back out, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015. (Heather Murdock/VOA)
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Inside the camp are doctors, food and places to rest. Authorities don’t try to stop small children from sneaking inside, but teenagers who scale the fence are told to climb back out, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015. (Heather Murdock/VOA)

At a temporary refugee camp in Croatia, aid organizations are overwhelmed and unable to take care of all of the people. Families complain they have been separated from relatives as children are passed back and forth over a fence, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015.
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At a temporary refugee camp in Croatia, aid organizations are overwhelmed and unable to take care of all of the people. Families complain they have been separated from relatives as children are passed back and forth over a fence, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015.

Hundreds of people waited outside the temporary camp all day on Tuesday, saying bad weather along with a lack of food and water are making more and more people sick, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015. (Heather Murdock/VOA)
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Hundreds of people waited outside the temporary camp all day on Tuesday, saying bad weather along with a lack of food and water are making more and more people sick, Opatovac, Croatia, Sept. 22, 2015. (Heather Murdock/VOA)

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