Migrants on Greek island revolt over plans to send them to new ‘prison’ camp

“We will stay here until the riot police take us by force,” vowed Afghan refugee Abdulbasir Qarizada, his face covered by a black surgical mask. One of thousands left homeless after last weeks’ fire that destroyed a migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos, he and others have been sleeping rough ever since.

For the last six days, their home has been a sun-scorched stretch of tarmac outside the town of Moria, where the camp now lies in ruins. But it was not the mid-summer heat or the…

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