In migration lull, Greece bolsters Turkey border fence

Construction has begun of a 40-kilometre steel fence over five metres tall in the wetlands of northeastern Evros, Greece’s river border with Turkey. This area is where the Greek state has chosen to deploy a new anti-migration arsenal of measures, including cameras, radar, and long-range acoustic devices, also known as sound cannons.

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