The U.N. found that some of the deported refugees were denied the chance to claim asylum.
Human Rights Watch has warned that the state of the asylum process in Greece is unacceptable.
In some parts of the globe, chocolate eggs just don't cut it.
Ankara would take back all illegal migrants who cross to Greece in return for the EU taking in thousands of Syrian refugees from Turkey.
The Syriza politician failed to use the country's full, official name.
Hundreds of migrants marched out of Greece and hiked for hours to get around a border fence and cross into Macedonia, where they were detained.
The spread of infections has become a concern as thousands of people wait to cross the border.
Soaring intergenerational inequality has hit the south the worst.
The Turkish Coast Guard rescued nine people and recovered five bodies.
Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner said only such a "consistent signal" will deter migrants.
Turkey has warned that even more Syrian refugees may soon arrive seeking asylum.
The Human Rights Watch warning comes as the EU seeks to contain more migrants in Turkey.
The European Council President also assured Greece that Brussels would not abandon the country.
European states have tightened border controls in recent months.
Aid workers want restrictions lifted.
The political fallout from the refugee crisis is growing.
The frontier has become a flashpoint in the European refugee crisis.
Minors now make up 36 percent of those on the move, according to the report.
The EU wants to tighten its border controls and stop refugees reaching Europe.
The frontier is a flashpoint in Europe's refugee crisis.
Germany said it would take part, along with Greece and Turkey, and the U.S. supports the plan.