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Relocation pushback forces hundreds of Migrants to go back to fire-gutted camp

Relocation pushback forces hundreds of Migrants to go back to fire-gutted camp

After relocation from a fire-damaged camp in Bosnia was cancelled amid protests by residents, life of hundreds of migrants remains uncertain. This reflects the confusion in handling the crisis by the Balkan country. The migrants were set to move from the much-criticized Lipa camp to a former army barracks. But, the migrants had to spend 24 hours in buses and were later instructed back to the camp.

Sandra
Sandra
J. S. Dietrich
J. S. Dietrich 1 months

Don't burn down the camp then. It's not Bosnia's fault.

Nunya
Nunya 1 months

They shouldn't have set it ablaze when they left.

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