At Miksalište refugee centre in central Belgrade, younger asylum seekers are queueing as much as get a free haircut. The room is full of newcomers, connecting their telephones to plug extensions and wifi; elsewhere, two persons are taking part in desk tennis.

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The Red Tea Detox

Some have simply arrived from the Center East and north Africa, others have been sleeping tough within the close by Park Luka Ćelović, identified regionally as Afghani Park. However unusually in Serbia – a gateway to the EU – it’s Iranians who make up…

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