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Deputy FM Mirwais Nab, on a two-day visit to Greece, met with Notis Mitarachis, the Greek minister of immigration and asylum, and discussed the Afghan refugees' plight in Lesbos, and other relevant topics, MOFA says.

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Production of the Week | ‘The Waypoint’ by @washingtonpost  is an immersive video telling the multi-layered stories of the refugees who move across Lesbos, Greece, on their journey toward safety. Awarded in the 2017 Digital Storytelling Contest:

▶️ ‘Where will they go?’: Volunteers on Greece’s Lesbos fight to keep migrant camp open

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‘Where will they go?’ - Volunteers on Greece’s Lesbos fight to keep migrant camp open

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When Moria refugee camp burned down, @StefanieDekker  arrived in Lesbos, Greece to cover the aftermath. She's seen displacement around the world, but the conditions after Moria burned down still surprised her. Listen to @thetake_pod  for this story 👇

Refugees and migrants carrying their belongings are silhouetted as they flee from a fire burning at the Moria camp on the island of Lesbos, Greece. More photos from the month of September: 📷 Elias Marcou

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After fires destroyed Greece's largest migrant camp, the overcrowded Moria facility on the island of Lesbos, new questions about #Europe 's collective responsibilities toward #migrants  are back 🔎🌎 Learn more with the @welt  article via @worldcrunch :

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An @AP_Images  gallery from the month of September of global coverage of religion, faith and spirituality via @PGiannakouris  in Lesbos, Greece;@AP_respinosa  in Havana;@mulugetaayene  in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, @nireshrestha  in Kathmandu, Nepal and more.

A woman pulls a baby on a pallet as they prepare to move to a new temporary camp for migrants and refugees on the island of Lesbos, Greece. More photos of the week: 📷 Yara Nardi

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"After the [Moria] fire, both France and Germany said they'd take in more refugees from Lesbos. But one thing is abundantly clear: Greece cannot shoulder this alone. The European Union needs to step up."

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Greece is refusing to let thousands of migrants leave the island of Lesbos after the Moria refugee camp, the largest in Europe, burned down last week. "The calculation of the Greek government was … to really break people's spirit," says journalist @FranziEire .

"I don't have food, I don't have money, I don't have water" Thousands of people have been left on the streets of Lesbos, an island in Greece, after a fire at the country’s biggest migrant camp

Greece is opening a new refugee camp on Lesbos after its overcrowded Moria camp burned. 11,000+ people are sleeping by roads with no food/water — including 4,000 children. Some were in Moria for almost a year and don't want to enter a "second hell": "There is like a prison."

Europe's largest migrant camp, Moria, has been "completely destroyed" after massive fires broke out early Wednesday at the overcrowded site on Greece's Lesbos island, according to an eyewitness

Fire breaks out at Greece's largest migrant camp, Moria, on Lesbos

JUST IN: Child confirmed dead after dying in a migrant ship that sunk near Lesbos, Greece

#Lesbos locals shout at migrants to 'go away' as boat rows ashore in #Greece 

Greece's 'left' gvt incarcerates 1000s of wretched refugees in vile camps on Lesbos, but issues 1000s of 'golden' Schengen visas to an assortment of lumpen oligarchs who, for 250,000 euros, buy up flats for airbnb use, desertifying our cities. Who needs the racist Right?

From Instagram: A Syrian refugee with a baby swims towards Lesbos, Greece, September 13th 2015

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7,000 Syrians reached Macedonia on Monday - 30,000 migrants now in Greece, 20,000 in Lesbos alone, says UNHCR

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