Refugees and migrants flee as tear gas is fired by riot police during clashes on Lesbos on September 12.

Police on the Greek island of Lesbos fired teargas at a group of migrants on Saturday protesting against a new camp being set up to replace one destroyed this week by fire, according to local media.

Migrants had been protesting along the main road connecting the island town of Mytilene and the location of the new camp, which is due to be set up by the authorities after the Moria camp was razed earlier this week.

A journalist on the ground said the migrants were frustrated with being in refugee…

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