Thursday, 3rd September 2015
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4,300 migrants arrive in Athens as govt holds crisis talks

8 hours ago
The Greek government was set to hold talks Wednesday on the huge numbers of migrants landing on its shores, as some 4,300 more people arrived in Athens overnight, most of them Syrian refugees. Two ships carrying the latest ...
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