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Évros:

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, river, c.300 mi (480 km) long, rising in the Rila Mts., W Bulgaria, and flowing SE between the Balkans and Rhodope Mts., past Plovdiv, to Edirne, Turkey, where it turns south to enter the Aegean Sea near Enez. The Tundzha is its chief tributary.
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, river.
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GR68100, Alexandroupolis, Evros Prefecture, Greece; + 30 25513 53822
In 2001 it was reported as new to the Greek fauna, from several localities of Evros, Thraki (Kati and Willemse 2001) (Fig.
Geospatial investigation into groundwater pollution and water quality supported by satellite data: A case study from the Evros River (Eastern Mediterranean).
Evros Delta is the most important wetland for wintering waterfowl in Hellas (Handrinos 1991, Kazantzidis & Noidou 2008).
(e) A case in point was Mirsad Bektasevic, a Bosnian-Swede who was arrested along with another man in Evros, Greece, on January 28, 2016.
On Greece's northeastern frontier, Angelos reports on the immigrants who made it across the Evros River from Turkey.
Human Rights Watch said it also found new cases in which Greek border guards summarily returned migrants and asylum-seekers to Turkey across the land border at Evros.
Rather than 'destroying the business model of smugglers,' the emphasis on law enforcement Coupled with the near absence of legal channels for refugees and migrants to enter EU territory have enabled unscrupulous smugglers to expand their business by preying on desperate individuals who have no other option." Highlighting just one example, the High Commissioner pointed out that the risks incurred by refugees and migrants crossing the Aegean Sea from Turkey to the Greek islands were directly linked to the strengthening of border control and surveillance, including the fence at Evros, along the land border between Turkey and Greece.
On Thursday, the spokesman for Greece's pre-election caretaker government Rodolphos Moronis said they are making preparations for a possible new wave of migrants from the Evros border.