Syrian refugee families sit or lie outside the German embassy in Athens on July 19, 2017 during their protest against delays in the reunification process with their families in Germany. / AFP / LOUISA GOULIAMAKI
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The European Commission offered 209 million euros ($245 million) in new emergency aid for Greece on Thursday to help refugees stranded in the country rent homes and pay for basics with a cash card.The scheme, announced with UNHCR, the U.N. refugee agency, will provide 22,000 rented homes in cities and towns on mainland Greece and some 2,000 places on the islands.It will increase the number of refugees living in rented apartments in Greece up to 30,000 by the end of 2017, the Commission said.
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