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Samos: grim winter leads to protests by refugees living in limbo on Greek island

As winter took its toll in January on the Aegean island of Samos, the refugee population stuck there have held peaceful protests against their conditions. But tensions are rising.

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The weather on Samos, a Greek island off the Turkish coast, is chaotic and ever changing.

When we were there in July 2018, we experienced temperatures in the high 30s with limited protection from the sun and the heat.

Now, the winter weather alternates from freezing cold, to torrential rain, to thunderstorms – all in the same day.

The weather is not a problem that can be solved for the refugees living here, but the…

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