A 19-year-old asylum seeker was stabbed to death in the overcrowded migrant camps of Moria on the Greek island of Lesbos during a dispute between migrants on Monday night. This is the national broadcasting service (ERT-Aegean sea) reported on Monday, citing the hospital of the island. Another two people came in with injuries to the hospital. Other migrants suffered minor injuries, reported local media.
According to information from police circles, a dispute over a stolen cell phone escalated. In the severe fight of Afghans and Africans, were from the ivory coast and the Congo involved. Several migrants were arrested. The police are trying to identify the perpetrator, it said.
In Moria, there are always disputes between the people, the life plan in a confined space, in part, in huts and under plastic. This is especially true for a wild camp that has formed around the actual Camp, and under the name of "The Jungle" (The jungle) is known.
In and around the camp with an official capacity of 2757 persons persevere according to the latest data just under 15,300 people. Aid organizations and the UN refugee Agency (UNHCR) calls for years that the camp will be dissolved and the people are brought into better accommodations.Updated Date: 06 July 2020, 13:19