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Migrants in Macedonia

Syrian refugees travel over fields, hills and highways on their way toward Macedonia from Greece.

 (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times)

Mohammed Rantisi, a Syrian-born Palestinian, carries his son Adam toward the Macedonian border. Mohammed and his family are headed to Denmark, where his ailing mother lives.

 (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times)

Mohammed Rantisi holds his son Adam during their trek toward Macedonia. Despite his hardships,  Mohammed maintains his sense of humor. “Where is Angelina Jolie?” he asks.

 

 (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times)

Syrians walk from Evzonoi, Greece, toward the Macedonia border.

 (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times)

Doctors Without Borders has set up a mobile clinic to aid the migrants traveling through Greece to Macedonia. The No. 1 ailment? Foot blisters.

 (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times)

Shams, 7, and Zahra, 9, take a break next to train tracks near the Macedonian border, a few days after their boat nearly sank en route to Lesbos, a Greek island.

 (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times)

Syrians wait at the train station in Gevgelija, Macedonia.

 (Liliana Nieto del Rio / For The Times)
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