Migrants at protesting Moria camp demand passage to Europe

Hundreds of migrants protested over living conditions and demanded passage to Europe at #MoriaCamp on the Greek Island of #Lesbos on Monday.
Footage shows protesters throwing rocks and other projectiles at the police during a standoff, as clashes were reported to have taken place earlier at the camp.

At the scene, a refugee spoke about the poor conditions they live under at the camp.

“We live in a camp, without any water, without electricity, without food and without a good situation and they let us in a tent, look at that tent can you live in this tent? no.” he said.

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