Water cut to migrant camp as Bosnian authorities feud
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Bihac, Oct. 22 -- Local authorities in the Bosnian town of Bihac on Monday cut off a nearby migrant camp's water supply, to pressure the government into reducing the population of the overcrowded site that international organizations have criticized as unsuitable.
But aid workers said the move will just cause additional suffering for the Vucjak tent camp's 1,000 residents, many of whom walked out of the site with empty plastic bottles to beg water from Bosnians living in the vicinity.
Officials in the northwestern town also announced a crisis meeting to discuss what to do with the camp, which hosts migrants stopped in the impoverished Balkan country while trying to reach Western Europe.
"It is obvious that the situation must be brought...
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