Greek forest fire kills 18 suspected asylum seekers in Dadia region

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The bodies are found in the Dadia region bordering Turkey that is a frequent entry point for migrants and refugees.

Eighteen suspected asylum seekers have been found dead in a forest fire raging in northeastern Greece, according to the fire department.

The bodies were found near the national park of Dadia, a region bordering Turkey that is a frequent entry point for migrants and refugees, fire department spokesman Yiannis Artopios said in a televised address on Tuesday.

More to follow.



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