Second Night of Fires Destroys Remains of Greek Refugee Camp


ATHENS—A second night of fires destroyed what was left of Europe’s biggest refugee camp, on the Greek island of Lesbos, as Greek authorities scrambled to rehouse some 12,000 people who were living in the camp.

The fires at the notoriously overcrowded Moria camp on Lesbos were set by some of the migrants who were protesting against lockdown restrictions imposed at the camp after some had tested positive for the coronavirus, a spokesman for the Greek government said.

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