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Greek police discover 19 migrants in tanker of trailer

The Greek Police have arrested a 57-year-old driver of articulated vehicle suspected of human smuggling after they found 19 migrants hidden in a trailer tanker near the Greek border with Turkey.

Greek police arrest trafficker with 90 migrants in truck

Greek police say they have arrested a trafficker carrying 90 migrants in his truck container.

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