Refugees speak of dreadful reality inside Lesvos' Moria camp
Life has become a ''living hell'' for refugees and asylum-seekers at the Moria reception centre on the Greek island of Lesvos, a space designed for 2,200 people but now hosting place hosting over 18,000. For many of the people here, the long and perilous miles travelled to reach Europe by sea were more ''endurable'' than the harsh reality of their daily life at the camp. Afghan asylum-seeker Sardar spends all his day waiting in line for water and food. The 41-year-old doctor says his imagined gateway to a new life is nowhere near enough to a ''home'' or a moment of respite.