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Migrants Riot At Greek Refugee Camp After Car Deaths

Migrants living in a Greek refugee camp have rioted over the death of a woman and her son in a car accident. The incident started Sunday night at the camp near Thessaloniki after a 35-year-old Kurdish Syrian woman and her ten-year-old son were struck by a car. An ambulance was reportedly slow to arrive to treat them, and camp residents claimed police refused to take the pair to a hospital in their patrol car, E Kathimerini reported.
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