Greece to help refugees prepare for winter

The Greek government is making a concerted effort to take refugees out of overcrowded camps on the Aegean islands before the deep winter sets in.

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    The Greek government is making a concerted effort to take refugees out of overcrowded camps on the Aegean islands before the deep winter sets in.

    Those camps were built to receive 5,500 people but they currently host twice that number.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Samos.


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