The villagers of Idomeni were helping refugees long before the NGOs arrived.
To someone living in the Balkans, America feels like a protest chant that has been sang so much, it's lost its meaning.
Idomeni has been cleared – tents, pots and children's drawings are scattered around the now empty makeshift camp.
At the Idomeni refugee camp on the border of Greece and Macedonia, you’ll find Syrian chef Tamer: frying chicken, mixing yogurt-tahini sauce, and barking orders to his eager cohort of line cooks.
Since dawn, the Greek police have been removing refugees from Idomeni. Journalists aren't allowed near the evacuation.
It has fallen to ordinary people to provide refugees with food, shelter and first aid, but now official attitudes are hardening and volunteers are risking arrest, prosecution and jail.
Photos from a friendly football match in the makeshift refugee camp on the Greek/Macedonian border.
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Unrest has been noted both between Macedonian border police and the so called "financial migrants", as well as between those migrants and a host of refugees fleeing the war in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Protests broke out at the Greek-Macedonian border last weekend, after one migrant was electrocuted while attempting to climb onto a train wagon.