Greece: The growing refugee population on Lesbos

More than 500 migrants and refugees arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos on Tuesday.

The majority came from Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, and Pakistan.

Almost 10 days after a EU-Turkey deal that would see refugees and migrants sent back to Turkey from Greek islands, the flow of people fleeing war and poverty and trying to get to Europe have not abated.

Lesbos has been the Greek island with the biggest number of arrivals. There are more than 1,900 people currently on the island.