Migrants warm themselves by a fire at the Belarus-Poland border near Grodno, Belarus, on Tuesday. A Polish government official said on Wednesday that people who have spent days in a makeshift camp were being taken away by bus by Belarusian officials, offering the prospect of a possible de-escalation in a tense stand-off. Photo: BelTA via AP
Migrants warm themselves by a fire at the Belarus-Poland border near Grodno, Belarus, on Tuesday. A Polish government official said on Wednesday that people who have spent days in a makeshift camp were being taken away by bus by Belarusian officials, offering the prospect of a possible de-escalation in a tense stand-off. Photo: BelTA via AP
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Belarus taking migrants away from border camp by bus: Poland

  • Maciej Wasik, a Polish deputy interior minister, says people boarding buses provided by Minsk and leaving the area
  • However, some apparently seen taking logs with them, raising questions about whether they are being moved to another place on frontier

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Migrants warm themselves by a fire at the Belarus-Poland border near Grodno, Belarus, on Tuesday. A Polish government official said on Wednesday that people who have spent days in a makeshift camp were being taken away by bus by Belarusian officials, offering the prospect of a possible de-escalation in a tense stand-off. Photo: BelTA via AP
Migrants warm themselves by a fire at the Belarus-Poland border near Grodno, Belarus, on Tuesday. A Polish government official said on Wednesday that people who have spent days in a makeshift camp were being taken away by bus by Belarusian officials, offering the prospect of a possible de-escalation in a tense stand-off. Photo: BelTA via AP
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