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 Interview   Greek minister: New EU border force should assume full control of refugees

Nikos Xydakis is Greece's Alternate Foreign Minister for European Affairs.

Xydakis spoke to Sarantis Michalopoulos ahead of the EU summit yesterday (17 December).

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Two children surrounded by riot police. Their desperation and fear etched on their faces. Their father tries to keep a hold of his son. The picture, taken on the Greek-Macedonian border has been selected as UNICEF's photo of the year.

 News   Dutch Presidency to take over task of shaping EU’s border force

Unable to decide on establishing a “European Border and Coast Guard”, EU leaders on Thursday (18 December) tasked the incoming Dutch Presidency to move forward with the divisive issue.

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