Following the odyssey made by Syrians fleeing to Europe


The shock waves of Syria's civil war are radiating more and more widely. Millions have been uprooted and neighbours worry that a tide of refugees threatens their own stability. Some reach Europe and it is in Greece, crisis-hit Greece with its tanked economy and rampant far right, that many Syrians, literally, wash up. If they do not die on the way.

In a special report for BBC Newsnight, Sue Lloyd Roberts follows their journey.

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