“On Island of Lesbos, a Microcosm of Greece’s Other Crises: Migrants,” by Suzanne Daley for the New York Times:
The immigration center here, a cluster of prefabricated buildings surrounded by rows of chain-link and barbed-wire fences, was full again on a recent evening, leaving hundreds of families, some with infants, to find a place among the piles of garbage outside.
The toilets were clogged and the temperatures still well above 90 degrees. Flies and mosquitoes were everywhere.
“Look, her eyes are sick,” said Ibrahim Nawrozi, a desperate 27-year-old Afghan mechanic, holding up his 10-month-old daughter for inspection. “We are in this garbage three days. We can’t stay here another day.”…