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Greece begins evacuation of Idomeni refugee camp

Greek authorities began an operation at dawn Tuesday to gradually evacuate the country's largest informal refugee camp of Idomeni on the Macedonian border, blocking access to the area and sending in more than 400 riot police.

*yelling*More than a year after Freddie Gray's death.. the anger is still palpable.. And the protest movement it spawned.. is frustrated no-one has yet been held accountable.SOT - no synthéBaltimore police officer Edward Nero arrived in court amid heavy security.. The 30 year old was cleared of several charges.. including assault and reckless endangerment. 38" amateur footage The images of Freddie Gray's arrest prompted anger in Baltimore and around the world. UPSOT Edward Nero had been accused of arresting 25-year-old Gray without justification.. and failing to secure him in a police van - where he suffered a fatal spinal injury. 59" file footage april 2015Gray's death, a week later, sparked a day of rioting in Baltimore.. The city's mayor has called for calm in the wake of the verdict - amid fears these scenes could be repeated. Nero - who now faces a police review - is one of six officers to have been charged.. Only one other has been tried so far.. A case that resulted in a hung jury.The judge in Nero's case said prosecutors had failed to prove the charges.. Edward Nero says he did not handcuff Freddie Gray.. And he had expected others to secure him inside the van.. the ommission that led to Gray's fatal injuries.

Anger and frustration as Baltimore officer acquitted in death of Freddie Grey