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Hundreds of migrants wait for shelter at the Bosnia-Croatia border

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Several hundred migrants wait in the cold at the site of a recently burned camp near the Bosnian-Croatian border for the Bosnian authorities to set up temporary shelters for the winter, until a new camp can be built. The "Lipa" camp, near the Bosnian town of Bihac, which housed more than 1,300 people, was destroyed by fire on December 23rd after the International Organization for Migration (IOM) withdrew from the site. The IOM had already denounced the poor conditions for the winter in this center, which was set up in April, initially for temporary use.

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