Why are migrants stuck at Macedonia's border?
Thousands of refugees are in limbo at Macedonia's border with Greece.
The tiny Balkan nation had declared a state of emergency after saying it couldn't handle the thousands of migrants streaming across its border every day. (Video via Aleksandra Dukovska)
Migrants were crowding Serbia-bound trains by the hundreds while trying to reach northern and western Europe.
While not all of the migrants are refugees, many are Syrians who have come through Turkey and Greece to escape the country's brutal civil war.
Ordered to seal the border, Macedonian police have used tear gas and stun grenades to keep the growing crowd under control.
They're stuck in what's been described as a "no man's land" between Greece and Macedonia. While there, they have little access to food, water or shelter, and spend their nights subject to the rain and cold. (Video via Telegraf)
The migrants aren't entirely set on waiting, though. On Saturday, thousands pushed passed police and ran for the border.
Tens of thousands of refugees continue to cross into Greece from Turkey. July alone saw 50,000 reported arrivals.
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