Greek riot police fire tear gas at Lesbos migrants
19 September 2020 | 4:33 pm
Migrants on the Greek island of Lesbos are angry about conditions after a catastrophic fire ripped through a large camp set up to house them. Riot police responded with tear gas after some protesters threw stones.
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