Migrants waiting to enter Macedonia stand at the border between Greece and Macedonia near the town of Idomeni, Greece, on Saturday, December 5.
Migrants climb up a hill near the border between Greece and Macedonia.
Greek anti-riot police try to remove a group of migrants at the border on December 4. Only Syrians, Afghans and Iraqis are permitted to enter neighboring Macedonia. Immigrants from places like Iran and Pakistan are rejected.
People grieve for a migrant who died at the border on December 4. The man, believed to be from Morocco, climbed onto the carriage of a stationary train near the border and touched a high-tension cable overhead, a local police spokesman said.
A migrant father holds his daughter after crossing the Greek-Macedonian border near the town of Gevegelija, Macedonia, on December 4.
Migrants lay exhausted waiting to enter Macedonia.
Greek anti-riot police clash with migrants near the border with Macedonia on December 4.
Greek anti-riot police clash with migrants at the border.
Anti-riot police block the entrance to Macedonia on Wednesday, December 3.
Migrants warm themselves around a fire at the border.
Migrants find temporary shelters in tents at the border.