The migrants who cross the
Aegean Sea to reach Lesbos in Greece.
Refugee by Zacharie RabehiDec 05, 2015
It’s halfway through November and the flow of
refugees arriving in the Greek island of Lesbos hasn’t reduced. Scores of
people risking the journey on rickety boats stream in from Turkey, crossing the
Aegean Sea. Most of them arrive on Lesbos. On a clear night, if you’re standing
on the side of Lesbos facing Turkey, you can see the lights of the cars driving
down the hilly roads.
More than eight lakh migrants and refugees have arrived in Europe this
year, predominantly from from the
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