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E.U. Border Agency Considers Pulling Out of Greece Over Migrant Abuses

By Monika Pronczuk | The New York Times (free)

The human rights chief at the European Union’s border agency said last week that it could suspend operations in Greece over chronic rights abuses against migrants, potentially pulling out dozens of border guards, vessels and aircraft from a key gateway into Europe.

More from WPR: Greece’s Press Is the Latest Casualty of Mitsotakis’ War on Migrants

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Wagner Mercenaries Will Not Be Withdrawn from Africa, Says Russia

By Jason Burke | The Guardian (free)

Sergei Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, has moved to reassure allies in Africa that thousands of Wagner group fighters deployed to the continent will not be withdrawn after the mutiny led by their commander Yevgeny Prigozhin over the weekend.

More from WPR: Wagner Is Only One Piece in Central African Republic’s Messy Puzzle

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