The refugee camp of Idomeni was famous as one of the biggest improvised camps in Europe. As many as 20 000 refugees were living there next to the Macedonian border, hoping it would open again. After many violent protests and difficult living conditions, the government decided to close it down and relocate its inhabitants. There was some protests from the volunteers working inside as the police closed the camp without notice. A bus full of refugees pass in front of the protesters and policement.
Idomeni, Greece, May 2016.