Turkey opened its borders and is allowing thousands to enter the no-mans land between the two countries and approach Greece. Greece's border is closed so a war with guards has started. The young migrants are throwing rocks and are trying to cut their way through the barbed wire and barriers.
Scary stuff even if the battle is taking place hundreds of miles north of us. What happens if there is a sudden invasion of these aggressive young migrants who, it is reported, are from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran and Morocco, economic refugees.
Greek police and army meanwhile are answering with tear gas.
The Turkish leader is saying they have not received enough aid for the 3 millions of Syrian refugees already in Turkey so is sending them on to Europe.
Still refugees arrive by sea from Turkey landing on greek islands which already have thousands living in terrible overcrowded camps.
Details of fighting on the border has taken over from virus reports, although there is not much news there. Unofficial carnival parties are taking place in the cities although all celebrations have been cancelled. There are huge fines for towns who continue with the festivities.
We are preparing for a big family party to celebrate the beginning of Lent.