Afghan migrants stranded in Greece backed by an Anti-racism activist group protest outside the city hall of Athens, on Thursday, June 9 , 2016, against the EU-Turkey migration deal. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
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Police detained 34 volunteers in northern Greece Monday while clearing makeshift migrant camps along the border with Macedonia.Greece has continued to expand shelter space to house stranded refugees and migrants.Around 3,000 refugees and migrants were camped at the border at three sites after authorities cleared a huge makeshift camp at Idomeni last month.More than 50,000 migrants remain stranded in Greece following European border closures and an agreement reached in March between the European Union and Turkey to deport newly arrived migrants traveling across the Aegean Sea.
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