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Christos Christou Nov 20
Today I was in . In camp, everyday we see children self harming, losing appetite and the willingness to play. We even have cases of attempted suicide. I wonder how EU leaders can continue to tolerate and perpetrate this
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MSF Sea Nov 16
We have been confirmed today by the local hospital in that a 9 month old baby has died some days ago for severe dehydration in camp . We are absolutely devastated by this new tragedy.
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MSF Sea Nov 16
Replying to @MSF_Sea
Children are dying in because of the horrific living conditions and lack of adequate care. Today there are ~15,000 people trapped in , among them 5,000 minors. They should be moved out of this hell NOW.
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paola nurnberg Nov 19
Il mio primo reportage da my first reportage from
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ʏɪᴀɴɴɪs ʙᴀʙᴏᴜʟɪᴀs Oct 1
The thing we all need to understand about , is just how small the facility is. 13K people are now staying here.
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Julian Busch Oct 4
Heavy rain and thunderstorm in . The tents can not stand in this conditions. The winter is coming.
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paola nurnberg Nov 17
And I had to come to to taste again the delicious afghan bread (my stringer caught me eating it in camp)
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MSF Sea Oct 14
Just 2 weeks after the fire in another fire just broke out, this time in camp on , . The night is predicted to be difficult for the thousands of people who have been evacuated from the camp. Among them a lot of women & children.
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MSF Sea Nov 3
Respiratory tract infections, skin rashes, fever & diarrhea. These are the most common symptoms of children living in disgraceful conditions in camp. As arrivals increase, our doctors see an average of 100 sick children and pregnant women per day.
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Doctors of the World Sep 30
This is devastating. The woman and child, who died yesterday at overcrowded Camp, were living inside containers in inhumane conditions.
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Yulia Gorbunova Oct 18
My colleagues and are in Greece this week, documenting horrendous conditions at notorious refugee camp
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Liana Spyropoulou 11h
16.023 human beings, in the biggest refugee campsof the and the biggest disgrace of And ‘s government keeps ignoring the upcoming winter.
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Thalion Nov 16
People are going to die. It’s going to happen. You have 10,000 people in tents
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Emily Oct 14
[Athens] "If you know Guantanamo, don't forget "
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Keep Talking Greece Oct 4
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Vasili Sofiadellis Nov 21
Joined today on a visit to where an inspirational group of , amongst the harsh conditions, set up an incredible , a ray of shining amongst the chaos! Truly inspired by Farzan & his team's incredible work! ❤
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MSF Sea Nov 1
Can you imagine having to queue for 3 hours to get food? In camp, especially after the recent increase of arrivals, people have to wait for hours to eat & sometimes food is not enough for everyone. This is why some prefer to cook whatever they can. This must stop!
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Apostolis Fotiadis Oct 6
What really happened in this past week? And how the government used it in order to push it's anti-refugee agenda? We looked into this with
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Hamed Haqyar 16h
That is completely true even worse then you might not think
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Marcin Sułkowski 6h
Some 4962 unaccompanied minors currently live in . 1117 unaccompanied kids live at the hotspot. Meanwhile, the Greek Coast Guard says that it has rescued 400 in the last 24 hours.
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