UN: End ‘appalling situation’ at Poland-Belarus border
28 December 2021 | 8:15 am
The United Nations has urged Belarus and Poland to address the "appalling situation" at their common border. Migrants were being pushed back and forth across the border and left with little food, clean water or shelter, the UN human rights office said.
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