In this Saturday, May 7, 2016 photo, a Syrian girl looks out train window that she lives with her family in the sprawling refugee and migrant tent city of Idomeni, on Greece's northern border with Macedonia. The evacuation of Idomeni has dashed the dreams of thousands migrants and refugees who had been camping there for months in the hopes of eventually being able to cross over the border and continue toward Europe's more prosperous heartland
In this Saturday, May 7, 2016 photo, a Syrian girl looks out train window that she lives with her family in the sprawling refugee and migrant tent city of Idomeni, on Greece's northern border with Macedonia. The evacuation of Idomeni has dashed the dreams of thousands migrants and refugees who had been camping there for months in the hopes of eventually being able to cross over the border and continue toward Europe's more prosperous heartland Petros Giannakouris AP
In this Saturday, May 7, 2016 photo, a Syrian girl looks out train window that she lives with her family in the sprawling refugee and migrant tent city of Idomeni, on Greece's northern border with Macedonia. The evacuation of Idomeni has dashed the dreams of thousands migrants and refugees who had been camping there for months in the hopes of eventually being able to cross over the border and continue toward Europe's more prosperous heartland Petros Giannakouris AP

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