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Greece sets up tents for stranded migrants on Lesbos, locals oppose plans By Reuters

© Reuters. Refugees and migrants find shelter outside a gas station, following a fire at the Moria camp on the island of Lesbos


By Lefteris Papadimas

LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) – Greece began setting up tents on Friday for thousands of migrants left without shelter on the island of Lesbos after a fire destroyed Greece’s biggest refugee camp three days ago.

With more than 12,000 former occupants of the notoriously overcrowded Moria camp now camping out in fields and along roadsides without food or water and threatened by a possible spread of coronavirus infections, the need for a solution has become increasingly urgent.

But the Greek government has been forced to tread warily due to growing anger among residents of an island whose location a few miles (km) off the Turkish coast has kept them on the frontline of Europe’s migrant crisis for years.

“Moria is a monstrosity,” Dimitris

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