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At least 300 migrants have been injured after violent clashes with authorities at the Macedonian border with Greece, charity Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said.
Authorities in Macedonia have been accused of using "dangerous and deplorable" force against migrants protesting at the Greece's border town Idomeni.
"The situation was extremely tense this morning, when tear gas, rubber bullets and stun grenades were used in the camp to disperse crowds. The MSF teams treated 300 people, among them 200 with respiratory problems after being subjected to teargas," the charity said in a statement.
Police sources say tear gas was fired only after migrants stormed towards a border fence on Sunday.
The EU is now deporting new arrivals to Greece back to Turkey if they don't meet asylum criteria after agreeing a deal with the country.
A second boat has left the Greek island of Lesbos taking 79 more migrants to Turkey as part of a deal to return those crossing the Aegean Sea to enter Europe.
One woman was among those on board the Turkish ferry, which left Mytilene port in Lesbos.
Another Turkish ferry carrying 45 migrants left the port earlier.
The migrants sent to Turkey today were mainly from Pakistan.
Forty-five migrants were taken by ferry from Lesbos to Turkey as Greek authorities restarted returns under an EU deal to stem the flow of migrants and refugees to Europe.
The ferry left the port of Mytilene on Friday morning, with a second boat expected to leave later, state television reported.
Two protesters at the port jumped into the sea and began swimming towards the boat and were pulled out of the water by the Greek coastguard.
The first group of 202 migrants to be returned, most of them from Pakistan and Afghanistan, were sent back to Turkey on Monday.
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The EU-Turkey agreement to tackle the migrant crisis took effect on Monday but Greek authorities have warned the operation is threatened by a shortage of personnel.
A Downing Street spokesman said Mr Cameron spoke to Mr Tsipras on the phone on Tuesday afternoon.
The Prime Minister welcomed the start the Greek authorities had made to returning migrants to Turkey under the agreement, and reiterated the importance of breaking the link between people making the dangerous crossing of the Mediterranean and securing settlement in Europe... The Prime Minister confirmed that additional UK personnel would be offered to Greece over the coming weeks to provide additional support.
The Pope is to visit Greece, including the island of Lesbos, the Government there has confirmed.
Pope Francis and the Greek Orthodox Patriarch will visit the area on April 14 and 15, ITV News producer Maria Kagkelidou said.
Greece has postponed the return of the next group of migrants to Turkey until Friday, according to a Turkish official.
Greece began to return migrants back to Turkey on Monday, as part of an EU agreement to control the mass influx of people in Europe.
Thousands of people awaiting deportation to Turkey have applied for asylum in a bid to stay in Greece.
Thousands of people held in migrant detention camps as they await deportation to Turkey have applied for asylum in a bid to stay in Greece, authorities claimed today.
According to comments made by Maria Stavropoulou, director of Greece's Asylum Service, on state TV the influx of asylum applications 'could slow the rate of returns under the EU-Turkey deal'.
She said that some 3,000 people held in deportation camps on the islands are seeking asylum, with the lengthy application process to formally start by the end of the week.