Explore Railroad Tracks, Iraqi Refugees, and more!

Syrian and Iraqi refugees trapped at the Greek-Macedonian border lie on railroad tracks during a protest demanding the opening of the Idomeni crossing. Greece warned the number of refugees and migrants on its soil could more than triple next month, reaching as many as 70,000, as a Balkan cap on border crossings left thousands "trapped" in the country.   Louisa Gouliamaki, AFP/Getty Images

Syrian and Iraqi refugees trapped at the Greek-Macedonian border lie on railroad tracks during a protest demanding the opening of the Idomeni crossing. Greece warned the number of refugees and migrants on its soil could more than triple next month, reaching as many as 70,000, as a Balkan cap on border crossings left thousands "trapped" in the country. Louisa Gouliamaki, AFP/Getty Images

Pinterest
Search