The Moria refugee camp is a receiving center, or so-called hotspot, located outside Mytilene on Lesbos, Greece. Because of overcrowding, it has been extended beyond its original fences into the olive grove often referred to as "the jungle."
Back at one of Serbia’s biggest reception centres, an old motel in Adasevci. About 500-600 people stay here, beside the highway E70 in the middle of nowhere. Since last time we were here in 2016 they have put up huge tents outside where all the single men sleep.
Near the Serbian/Croatian border there’s an abandoned factory where a large transient group of young men and minors live and wait to try to cross the border. Police regularly beat and illegally push back those they find trying to cross. One guy I spoke to recently had his arm broken. Another has been living here for a year. He spent the previous year in a camp but left because of the conditions.