This video says about itself:
5 October 2016
European governments have signed an agreement with Kabul to send back an unlimited number of Afghan refugees. This comes just before the Donor Conference on Afghanistan hosted by the European Union. CCTV’s Filio Kontrafouri reports from the Greek island of Lesbos, which is home to thousands of migrants.
By Bethany Rielly:
Tuesday 14th February 2017
Research by the Refugee Rights Data Project, published in the Independent at the weekend, reveals that more than half of refugees in Paris have been violently moved on by authorities which have adopted a zero-tolerance policy to roadside shelters.
Most incidents took place in La Chapelle where refugees queue for places at a humanitarian centre, opened by the French government in Novemeber, sometimes for two weeks.
British teacher Sarah Fenby-Dixon, who has been volunteering with refugees in Paris since July, told the Star: “In Britain teargasing would be the last line of defence but here it seems to be the first.”
However, Ms Fenby-Dixon said that police had even prevented them from taking shelter under bridges by placing boulders there.
“They just want them out of sight. The whole policy is to make it as difficult for them as possible,” she said.
Ms Fenby-Dixon even highlighted a case of a refugee from Afghanistan who had been beaten in the kidneys by police, despite having kidney problems.
Reports by the Refugee Rights Data Project detailed accounts by volunteers who had witnessed officers taking people’s belongings — sometimes in broad daylight.