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Border Closures, Rule Changes Prompt Rising Refugee Fear

According to U.N. officials and relief workers, more than 70 percent of the asylum-seekers at Idomeni, a small village with a population of 154, are Syrians and Iraqis.
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Refugees line up at the refugee entrance into Macedonia at Idomeni, Greece. Only 100 or so -- sometimes fewer -- are being allowed to cross each day.
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Refugees line up at the refugee entrance into Macedonia at Idomeni, Greece. Only 100 or so -- sometimes fewer -- are being allowed to cross each day.

Tents are scattered all around an official camp.
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Tents are scattered all around an official camp.

Jalila, a 79-year-old Yazidi woman from northern Iraq hoping to join a daughter in Holland. Her farm is now in territory controlled by the Islamic State.
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Jalila, a 79-year-old Yazidi woman from northern Iraq hoping to join a daughter in Holland. Her farm is now in territory controlled by the Islamic State.

On the Tracks: a Syrian family wait to see if the border will be re-opened. Many who spent more than 30-days in Turkey before trying to make ini to Europe worry they will be turned back.
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On the Tracks: a Syrian family wait to see if the border will be re-opened. Many who spent more than 30-days in Turkey before trying to make ini to Europe worry they will be turned back.

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