Agathonisi: 16 dead refugees it was not an accident it was a crime, protest on Wednesday 04/04 at 6:30pm, Syntagma Square, Athens, Greece.
Last night clashes broke out in the Moria refugee camp after cops hit a woman in the camp. On Saturday and Sunday there will be demonstrations across Europe at the second anniversary of the EU Turkey deal. One of the demonstrations will be at Lesvos. In April activists of the Cars of Hope collective will be on Lesvos to support refugees and document the situation.
No homezone for nazis! Neither in Dortmund, Europe not anywhere else!
The EU continues to use more money on strengthening borders than on helping people, integration or just meeting the basic needs of those in need. But, why buy food when you can buy guns and drones and build walls?
International call by Refugee Accommodation and Solidarity Space City Plaza (Warning Facebook Link) for the 17th March 2018 – European day against all anti-migration policies between states.
Yesterday Hesam announced that he was transferred to the detention center (section B) inside the Moria refugee camp on Lesvos, Greece. He continued his hunger strike, that he started 18 days ago. Three days ago Hesam also stopped drinking.
We published many reports about the situation of refugees on Lesvos in the past weeks. Unfortunally we didn’t manage to come to Chios or one of the other Greek islands to report about the situation there. At the moment the people of Fotomovimiento are on Chios and we re-publish a report that they published on their Facebook page. Continue reading Fotomovimiento on #Chios
I arrived in the Moria camp in the early afternoon. It’s December the 25th and so its Christmas. Like always the smell of burning plastic was everywhere. While many people were celebrating the birth of a refugee in Bethlehem, who was born about 2000 years ago, I went to the Moria camp on Lesvos.
It’s cold on Lesvos. Around 4 or 5 degrees Celsius or even less during the night. The military run Moria camp is on a hill and the wind makes it even feel colder. Images in my head. The same images that I saw many times before on the Balkan route. Despair in peoples eyes, hunger, broken shoes, improvised tents and wet clothes. Welcome to Europe!
It was a heavy week on Lesvos, a violent fascist mob, supported by cops forced refugees to (at least temporarily) stop the occupation of Sappho square in Mytilini. On Saturday many people protested against the fascist mob, deportations and for open borders. Report and statement by Refugees and Solidarity supporters about the occupation of Syriza headquarters at Lesvos, Greece on Saturday November 25.
Image: On Saturday November 25 activists occupied Syriza headquarters on Lesvos, Greece, after a demo through the islands capital Mytilini. Image by Lesvos Solidarity – Pikpa Facebook page.
Sea-Watch released the complete footage of the escalation by the Libyan coast guard during a rescue operation on November 6, 2017.
Image: Screenshot of the video of the Seawatch rescue operation on November 6, 2017.
Statement by 105FM, Self-organized radio of Mytilene.