Protesters at a detention camp in Lesbos.
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Migrants protest in Lesbos detention camp

Thousands of migrants being held in camps in Greece have applied for asylum, which could slow the rate of returns to Turkey under a European Union deal.

The European Asylum Office says more than 60 of its officers will arrive on the island of Lesbos on Wednesday to begin "admissibility checks" for asylum seekers.

Sarah Rainsford reports from Lesbos.

  • 05 Apr 2016
  • From the section Europe
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