"A girl waited for her shoes to dry at an improvised border camp near near Idomeni, Greece. Before migration overwhelmed Europe last year, Idomeni was a tiny village near the Macedonian border. Every so often, a freight train rumbled over the tracks. But that northbound rail route soon attracted refugees heading toward Austria and Germany. Now, refugees exist in #Idomeni in a decrepit suspended animation. "I walked into the Idomeni camp last Thursday to begin a journey across Greece and witness firsthand the new dynamic of Europe's migration crisis — refugees, desperate and exhausted, are now frozen in place in a troubled country without the means to absorb them and no ability to pass them on," writes @nytimes reporter @yardleyjb, who was joined by the photographer @sergeyponomarev. Visit the link in our profile to see more from their journey across Greece." By nytimes on Instagram.
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