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Desperate refugees cross a dangerous river rather than remain stranded at the Greek-Macedonia border

Hundreds of migrants left a camp near Idomeni, Greece to cross a river into Macedonia. The bodies of two men and one woman were found in the Suva Reka river.

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A man carries a young boy holding his shoes.

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Migrants cross a river as they try to walk to the Macedonian border after deciding to leave the Idomeni refugee camp.

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Refugees and migrants try cross a river.

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A man carries a child as refugees and migrants try cross a river on their way to Macedonia.

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Macedonian coroners carry a coffin with drowned migrants by the Suva Reka river in southern Macedonian.

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Macedonian soldiers scout for bodies of drowned migrants.

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