A doctor’s story: inside the ‘living hell’ of Moria refugee camp | World news | The Guardian

After a week in which riot squads clashed with crowds of migrants, one medic gives a harrowing account of life volunteering in Greece’s infamous holding facility by Annie ChapmanOn the Greek island of Lesbos is the Moria refugee camp, constructed for 3,100 people but now with a population of more than 20,000 men, women and children. It has become a place of violence, deprivation, suffering and despair. I am a doctor from London and I have just spent three weeks working for the Boat Refugee Foundation (BRF). This was my third time there – and my most shocking.

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