THESSALONIKI, Greece (AP) — Residents of Greece's second-largest city on Sunday placed flowers on train tracks and inside old cattle wagons in solemn remembrance of nearly local Jews who were transported to Nazi death camps during World War II.
Police in northern Greece say 400 mostly Syrian migrants have walked out of a transit camp near Greece’s second largest city, Thessaloniki, and are heading toward the country's border with Former Yugloslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
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24of28 Thousands Of Refugees In Greek Transit Camp Join In Emotional Performance The "Initiative of Citizens of Thessaloniki: We cross borders" group organized a concert for refugees in the Idomeni transit camp, near the Greek-Macedonian border. When Syrian musician Ziad Rajab performed, some refugee musicians were so emotional they even joined him on stage.