Tension, looming health crisis on Lesbos island after camp fire

Tension was simmering Saturday on Greece’s Lesbos island as thousands of asylum seekers remained homeless four days after Europe’s largest migrant camp was destroyed by fire.

Round-the-clock efforts to find temporary shelter for over 11,000 people including thousands of children were still inadequate, rights groups said as local authorities continued to oppose camp reconstruction plans.

“As thousands are now left sleeping rough in the hills around Moria or on the streets, tensions…

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