A boat arriving from Turkey full of Afghan refugees, Skala Sykaminias. Lesvos. Everyday hundreds of refugees, mainly from Syria and Afghanistan, Somalia, Irak, Sudan, Pakistan are crossing in overcrowded inflatable boats the 6 mile channel from the Turkish coast to the island of Lesbos in Greece. Many spend their life savings, over $1000, to buy a space on those boats.
A group of Afghan refugees the moment they disembark from their small inflatable boat and land to Lesvos on the beach of Skala Sykaminias.
Afghan refugees the moment they disembark from their small inflatable boat and land to Lesvos on the beach of Skala Sykaminias.
An Afghan refugee after to be disembarked on the beach of Skala Sykaminias, in Lesvos. And a greek fisherman that recupere the new engine of the boat. Between $ 1000 and $ 8000 dollars for each engine, it's a good business for the Greeks .
A group of Afghan refugees just desembarked in Lesvos, they change wet clothes.
Young Afghans just desembarked in Lesvos,
they change clothes and use hair gel. Normal life.
Turkish Documents thrown overboard by a group of newly arrived Afghans
A piece of boat used for domestic purposes by an inhabitant of Lesvos
A life jacket abandoned in the beach of Skala Sikaminias, Lesvos, Greece.
A greek fisherman scanning the see and waiting for the migrants arrived.
All the people, apparently, complain of continuous arrivals, but finally they push there economy with them.
A boat arriving from Turkey full of Syrian refugees at the moment they disembark from their big inflatable boat on the beach of Skala Sykaminias.
Syrians just landed they took picture .
Life- jackets abandoned the island .
Every morning a lot of life jackets they are abandoned on the beach and the greek peoplee recupere all the things .
Especially the new engines that are on rafts or without brand identification plaque .
$ 1,000 to come to the head is the business of the Turks, from $ 1000 to $ 8000 dollars per engine recovered , it is the business of the Greeks . To each his own business .
thousands of life jackets and inflatable boats abandoned on the shores of Lesvos
A Somalian boy carrying his child is walking the 9 hour distance from Skala Sykaminias to the Kara Tempe Camp, in Mytiline, Lesvos, Greece.
A Somalian boy carrying his child resting in the street of 9 hour distance from Skala Sikaminias to the Kara Tempe Camp, in Mytilene, Lesvos, Greece.
Vassily, a fisherman shows where the migrants come .
A fisherman shows where the migrants come .
Afghan refugee resting in the road from Skala Sykaminias to the village of Moria where the First Reception Centre, Lesvos, Greece
A group of Afghan refugees walking on the road between Mantamado and Mytilini. Most refugees land on the northern shores of the island and they walk for nine hours either to Mytiline port or to Moria First Reception Centre.
Kara-Tempe Camp, Lesvos, Greece
Syrian people just disembarked in the Coasts of Lesvos try to climb the cliff
Syrian just landed