Refugee camp

Two injured in brawl in northern Greece migrant camp

Two men were in hospital on Tuesday after being injured in a brawl at a state-run migrant center in northern Greece.

Doctors at Thessaloniki's Ippokratio Hospital said that the two men, identified only as Iraqi and Iranian nationals, had been stabbed with a sharp implement but their condition was not considered serious.

Refugee Drawings Reveal Past Traumas and Future Hopes

A team behind the Paris-based Yesterday-Today-Tomorrow, YTT, research and educational project has collaborated with thousands of refugees in over 30 camps and squats across Europe and North Africa, collecting their voices.

'Today' by a 13-year-old Iraqi-Kurd boy currently living in Kara Tepe Refugee Camp, Lesbos Island, Greece. Photo: courtesy of YTT

Kumi Naidoo: Europe complicit in Moria drama

A month after Kumi Naidoo took over at the helm of Amnesty International, the humanitarian organization's new secretary-general visited the refugee camps on the Greek island of Lesvos in the northeastern Aegean. In spite of his long experience in the struggle for human rights, the Durban-born Naidoo was shocked at the living conditions he encountered at the facilities.