Children play as people wait Monday, March 7 in a queue to receive food distributed by non-governmental organizations at Athens' port of Piraeus, where over 2,000 stranded refugees and migrants stay at the passenger terminal buildings and their tents. European Union leaders will be looking to boost aid to Greece as the Balkan migrant route is effectively sealed, using Monday's summit as an attempt to restore unity among the 28 member nations after months of increasing bickering and go-it-alone policies.
Children play as people wait Monday, March 7 in a queue to receive food distributed by non-governmental organizations at Athens' port of Piraeus, where over 2,000 stranded refugees and migrants stay at the passenger terminal buildings and their tents. European Union leaders will be looking to boost aid to Greece as the Balkan migrant route is effectively sealed, using Monday's summit as an attempt to restore unity among the 28 member nations after months of increasing bickering and go-it-alone policies. Thanassis Stavrakis AP
Children play as people wait Monday, March 7 in a queue to receive food distributed by non-governmental organizations at Athens' port of Piraeus, where over 2,000 stranded refugees and migrants stay at the passenger terminal buildings and their tents. European Union leaders will be looking to boost aid to Greece as the Balkan migrant route is effectively sealed, using Monday's summit as an attempt to restore unity among the 28 member nations after months of increasing bickering and go-it-alone policies. Thanassis Stavrakis AP

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