Greek refugee camps suffer from surge in migration

The number of refugees heading to Greece has jumped in the past two months, putting a huge strain on the facilities.

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    The number of refugees heading to Greece has jumped in the past two months, putting a huge strain on the facilities.

    Refugee camps built to host 7,000 refugees are now dealing with twice that number.

    Al Jazeera’s John Psaropoulos reports from Lesvos, Greece.


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