Greek police on Thursday began moving hundreds of migrants stranded on the island of Lesbos to a new temporary camp. It comes more than a week after a fire razed Moria, Greece’s biggest refugee camp, to the ground.

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“The operation began with many officers in white body suits, things are calm and migrants are slowly streaming into the new camp,” a Reuters witness said.

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The operation to move the refugees to a makeshift accommodation at Kara Tepe involved 70 female police officers….

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