El infierno de los refugiados en Lesbos | elpais.com

Las previsiones que auguraban temperaturas gélidas, en ocasiones por debajo de cero grados, se han cumplido y Kara Tepe, el campo de internamiento en la isla griega de Lesbos al que fueron trasladadas más de 7.000 personas tras el incendio de Moria, tirita de frío. Es el último y más urgente problema de una larga lista que se comenzó a escribir en el antiguo recinto. La situación, cuentan refugiados y organizaciones, es límite y sus consecuencias en la salud mental de los que allí malviven, preocupantes.      read more
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Χειμώνας στο Καρά Τεπέ Πηγή | lifo.gr

Κανείς δεν εγκαταλείπει το σπίτι και τη χώρα του, παρά μόνο αν τα βλέπει να μεταμορφώνονται στο στόμα ενός καρχαρία». Με αυτόν τον στίχο της σομαλικής καταγωγής Βρετανίδας ποιήτριας Warsan Shire κατά νου έφτασα στη Μυτιλήνη ένα παγωμένο πρωινό που ένας ασθενικός ήλιος προσπαθούσε να στεγνώσει τη γη από τις έντονες βροχοπτώσεις που είχαν προκαλέσει πλημμύρες και προβλήματα στο νησί.      read more
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What is life actually like in the Greek hotspots? | AYS

At least some of the most vulnerable people on Samos were able to spend recent nights in the warmth. The continuing effort of various NGOs managed to do what should be the governments business as usual in winter: Making sure people have a roof over their heads and stay warm. With combined efforts, the NGOs were able to get permission to provide emergency shelter in community spaces for 16 people, including pregnant women and young families. They hope to be able to also shelter the elderly and those with medical needs in the coming days. Only 800 of some 3,500…
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Open letter: Christmas greeting from Moria II | medico.de

Self-organized refugee groups from the new Moria camp address Europe in a Christmas letter. The letter of the medico partner organizations in the wording. "Dear Europeans, dear Mrs von der Leyen We wish you a Merry Christmas from the new refugee camp in Lesvos. We hope you can celebrate despite the hardships we all face due to the Corona pandemic crisis. Three months ago after the old Moria camp burned down, we moved  to a new camp and now we live here with 7000 refugees. In September we were promised much better conditions in this new camp and we were…
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