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Migrants and asylum seekers already endure "inhumane" living conditions on the Greek island of Lesbos. Now they've got heavy rain and cold weather to contend with, too.
At least one person was killed on Sunday when a blaze which broke out on Lesbos island, prompting fresh calls for government action.
Tensions are high after the blaze at the vast and overcrowded Moira camp, on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Perhaps most desperate of all are the 128,000 Rohingya, more than half of them children, who have been confined since 2012 in the de facto detention camps. The camps are [...] under the control of Camp Management Committees that regulate every aspect of their lives, and dependent on aid handouts.
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The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warned tens of thousands of children in Al-Hol camp and several parts of Syria are in limbo amid dire humanitarian needs.
Thousands of people have been displaced within the Rohingya refugee camps of Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh over the last few days after heavy monsoon rains started last Thursday (July 4) causing flooding and landslides.
The agreement between the EU and Turkey to control the flow of refugees has led to non-viable and ineffective policies and practices in Greece
In this edition: We speak to a Greek minister about a report from the Council of Europe on the conditions in Greece's migrant camps. Donald Tusk reassures Ukraine over Europe's stance and the EU seeks to reduce CO2 emissions from trucks and buses by 2030.
The Council of Europe's Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT) raised concerns Tuesday over the "inhuman and degrading" conditions in Greece's refugee camps. It singles out the Fylakio camp near the Turkish border.
Millions of people have been forced to flee their homes in Syria and thousands of them have found refuge in Zaatari camp, Jordan. According to UNHCR, around 80,000 people live in Zaatari and more than half of them are children.
More than 8,000 migrants — waiting for their asylum claims to be heard — live at Moria refugee camp, meant to hold 3,000-people. Now, with winter fast approaching, Euronews' Apostolos Staikos has taken a look at what life is like on the inside.
Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos is infamous for terrible living conditions — and it's only getting worse as temperatures drop and winter rains hit.
Euronews spoke to refugee families who are living in extremely poor conditions in Moria, the largest camp on the island of Lesbos.
One of Europe's largest migrant camps is overcrowded and lacks basic hygiene and sanitation practises. It's grown so large, refugees are pitching tents outside the camp boundaries. Crime is so rife MSF has called for minors to be removed. This is Moria Refugee Camp.
Meanwhile, 2,000 asylum-seekers will be moved from the island to the Greek mainland by the end of the month. That's according to Greek authorities. It's after human rights groups and local authorities criticised Greece for the poor conditions at the camp at Moria
That's the stark warning from the United Nations. It's exactly one year ago when 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh from Myanmar, fleeing a brutal crackdown by the military
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Euronews interviews Amal, an asylum seeker living on Lesbos, who has limited access to internet and the phone. She gave her accounts on what life is like at Moria refugee camp via WhatsApp
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