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The Greek government is cracking down on undocumented migrants ahead of next weekend's elections. This week, it said it would forcibly evict those migrants living in overcrowded apartment blocks, calling them "dangerous to public health." But, as NPR's Joanna Kakissis reports, immigrant groups say it's a xenophobic ploy to get votes ahead of the May 6 elections.
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