Greek police fire tear gas as refugees demand to leave Lesbos

Greek police have fired tear gas during a protest by refugees and migrants demanding to leave the island of Lesbos after being left homeless by a blaze at Europe’s largest refugee camp.

Under a hot sun on Saturday, the protesters on Saturday chanted “Freedom” and “No Camp” as authorities stepped up efforts to set up temporary accommodation for them on another part of Lesbos. 

More than 12,000 people have been sleeping rough since Wednesday when flames swept through the notoriously…

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