Approximately 12,000 migrants were displaced in the fire last week that devastated Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. 

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Most of the migrants spend their days and nights on the side of the road, taking shelter under canopies they’ve cobbled together using the little they have and whatever else they can find: sticks, olive branches, blankets.

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Approximately 12,000 migrants were displaced in the fire last week that devastated Moria camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Many have been forced to live on the street, and protests have arisen over their living conditions.

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