Young Afghan and Kurdish refugees camped out on the Macedonian border and across the railway tracks between Greece and Macedonia attacked the fence dividing the two countries and attempted to invade the neighbouring country.
The Macedonian border guards repelled them with rubber bullets and tear gas. There was an immediate uproar, accusing Macedonia of entering Greek territory. Greece should have cleared up the mess on the border a long time ago. The borders through the Balkans are closed and will not reopen to refugees. Macedonia was simply defending its boundaries.
Austria is building an anti-migrant wall on the Italian border across the Brenner Pass. They are awaiting an influx of migrants coming through Italy now the Balkan route is closed. Austria already has a fence at its border with Slovenia.
Grexit is making a comeback. There are continuous talks with the EU, the IMF and Greek ministers. Athens needs 3.5 billion in July for debt repayment. That must come once again from pension and wage cuts and more taxes. Where exactly the cuts will be made and who exactly they'll crush with the new taxes is what they'll all arguing about.
Turkish jets once again invaded Greek air space yesterday.