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Bosnia: Evacuation of squalid Lipa migrant camp in doubt

Thousands of migrants in Bosnia-Herzegovina had been set to face winter with no water or electricity in and around the infamous Lipa camp. Officials are now squabbling over moving them to a new site.

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