A dispute has broken out in Europe over the fate of Yazidi refugees. Portugal has offered to take in several hundred of the two-and-a-half thousand Yazidis living in Greece, arguing their ancient community merits special protection. But Athens has rejected the offer, worried that other countries might start cherry-picking refugees based on religion. Some 60,000 migrants are stranded in Greece, as Henry Ridgwell reports.
This program will begin at
This program has ended and is being processed for playback.