Migration and Struggle in Greece

Igoumenitsa/Greece: Interviews with Sudanese and Eritrean refugees

Posted by clandestina on 1 June 2011

At the 3rd of May, the refugees’ settlements in the mountain of Igoumenitsa (the second largest port from Greece towards Italy) have been attacked by fascists out of a demonstration. Afterwards the police drew an invisible ‘red line’ and prevented refugees from entering the city. More than 450 refugees have been arrested in May 2011 – double than the average monthly arrests of 2010. Police guards the garbage cans and so the refugees are starving from hunger. Refugees from Sudan and Eritrea talk about their situation in the following two long interviews by Infomobile.

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