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Migrants sew lips together in protest at the European borders

Migrants sew lips together in protest at the European borders

AfP said that more than five migrants, who allegedly stick on the Greek-Macedonian border, have sewed their lips in protest against the policy of migration as being allowed to continue their journey to Europe. The protest took place on Monday 24 November 2015.
The men alleged from Iran threaten to start a hunger strike, the agency declared. “They have been camping on the tracks of the railroad between the two countries since Friday”.
“One of them wrote ‘only freedom’ on his chest while two others wrote ‘Iran’ on their chest and forehead”.
Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees are allowed through but those deemed economic migrants — mainly people from Iran, Pakistan and Bangladesh — are blocked, AFP added.

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