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Greece's Anti-Refugee Border Wall Will Have Cameras, Sirens

WorldNews Thursday, 29 October 2020
Greece's Anti-Refugee Border Wall Will Have Cameras, SirensATHENS -- A wall extension Greece plans to build on its northern border with Turkey near the treacherous Evros River won't just be high enough (5 meters, 16.4 feet) to keep out refugees and migrants but it will be patrolled and include surveillance cameras and sirens as deterrents. Four Greek construction companies have been selected to build the new wall and upgrade the existing section of fencing. With worries that Turkey will again flood Greek islands with refugees and migrants through human...
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