“I saw a lot of problems before in Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran… So when I arrived here I felt a bit more safe. They’re not torturing and doing bad things to refugees here, they’re good with people.”

Volunteer Milos Markicevic interviews migrants of the recently evacuated Belgrade Barracks camp in Serbia.… Read More “I saw a lot of problems before in Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran… So when I arrived here I felt a bit more safe. They’re not torturing and doing bad things to refugees here, they’re good with people.”

Inhabitants of Belgrade’s Migrant Barracks Camp Receive a Less Than Friendly Eviction Notice from Serbian Government

Robert Altermoser, an independent photojournalist who has spent 4 weeks at the camp, believes that the Belgrade water front construction is being used as an excuse to remove the migrants from public view.
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“The problem certainly hadn’t gone away, in fact it had been made much, much worse – but at least that terrible place which had burned so many times in my dreams was returning to nothing again.”

A Confession Written by Rick Melling One day the jungle was burning. The government were taking apart the southern sector of the site, and many of the Kurds and Afghans had decided to burn down their shelters rather than let the police have them. I had recently accepted a reporting task from one of the… Read More “The problem certainly hadn’t gone away, in fact it had been made much, much worse – but at least that terrible place which had burned so many times in my dreams was returning to nothing again.”

“Though clouded with exhaustion and worry, their eyes still shone like the sky.” Written by Cullen McHael

The Rubber Inflatable Boat (RIB) in the photo is a rescue boat operated by Seawatch. Roughly 35 refugees and migrants crossed to Lesvos packed into the fiberglass boat beside it. Background: Portuguese Frontex. Deep background: Hellenic Coast Guard.… Read More “Though clouded with exhaustion and worry, their eyes still shone like the sky.” Written by Cullen McHael