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Évros

(ˈɛvrɔs)
n
(Placename) a transliteration of the Modern Greek name for the Maritsa
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Evros Loukaides, who led the project for the university, said: 'It has been a privilege to coordinate Bath's contribution to the ambitious 88 Pianists project and to work with a talented team of volunteers from the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
The incident occurred in the Loutra region of Evros, an area on Greece's border with Turkey.
A large portion of the frontier is made up of the Evros River -- the Meric River in Turkish -- a natural barrier that deters many.
Many migrants now cross into Greece from Turkey at the River Evros before paying people-smugglers for an illegal ride toward Macedonia.
Though the borders were sealed, the people keep on arriving in Greece, either by sea or across the river Evros in the north-east, and filtering north.
New arrivals have mostly crossed the Evros River, which forms a natural border between Greece and Turkey, as migrants mostly try to avoid the Greek islands where strict controls on movement have been imposed and refugee camps are overcrowded.
Referring to the Bulgarian side, the Evros District Administration reports that a new rise in the level of discharge from Ivailovgrad dam is expected.
The shift from crisis as the cause of forced migration to the construction of crisis as an effect of human mobility has a number of important political effects, not least of which is that it enables accelerated border militarization (as evinced by the deployment of Frontex and NATO in the Aegean and Mediterranean seas) and the closure of paths to safety (e.g., the fencing of the Evros land border between Turkey and Greece in 2012, or of the Hungarian border with Serbia and Croatia in 2015), ostensibly as the means to "manage the crisis." As Sara Ahmed has argued, the declaration of "crisis" enables the institution and justification of "new forms of security, border policing, and surveillance ...
Two related haplotypes (of family Gr1) were observed in the same person who had a relapse in February 2012 seven months after the first episode, and another 2 haplotypes (Gr31 and Gr32, also related) were found in 2 Greece residents from regional unit Evros who had symptoms 1 month apart from each other.
There was also help from search and rescue dogs that were brought in from Orestiada, a town in the Evros region.