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Yiannis Baboulias is a journalist, a Resonant Voices fellow with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network and a member of the investigative group The Manifold. His work on politics, economics and Europe, appears in the Atlantic, New Statesman, Foreign Policy and others.
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The EU and Greek government appear to have accepted that things will not improve for Europe's refugees.
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