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EU slams Bosnia over ‘unacceptable’ conditions for migrants, provides extra €3.5 million humanitarian aid


The European Union on Sunday announced an additional €3.5 million in humanitarian aid to migrants and refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina, slamming local authorities for the “unacceptable” living conditions. 

In late December, a fire destroyed the Lima camp near the northwestern town of Bihac, leaving thousands in dire need of shelter. Attempts to relocate them to a former army barracks in the central town of Konjic were impeded by protests from the town’s residents, with refugees and migrants…

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