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Statement on Calais and Macedonia  

Baptist leaders have expressed alarm and dismay at the recent news stories of the treatment of refugees and migrants on European borders.

The news that Macedonian authorities have responded with tear gas to a breakthough at their border with Greece is echoed in scenes from the camp in Calais where people are being cleared from their makeshift homes in what has come to be known as “The Jungle.”   

Read the full statement here in the Refugee Crisis section of our website. 


Baptist Times, 02/03/2016
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