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Margaret Evans reports on refugees awaiting registration in Lesbos

Thousands of refugees are finally leaving the Greek island of Lesbos with registration papers in hand, but there are still thousands more streaming in and hoping for the same outcome.

While thousands are leaving Greek island with papers, thousands more are still arriving

Refugees still waiting

7 years ago
Duration 1:55
CBC's Margaret Evans examines the Moria refugee centre in Greece

Thousands of refugees are finally leaving the Greek island of Lesbos with registration papers in hand, but thousands more continue to stream in, hoping for the same outcome. 

They're housed in the Moria Camp, Lesbos's official refugee centre. 

The refugees, most of whom are from Afghanistan, are waiting to see whether they can get their registration papers that  will allow them to legally buy ferry tickets to continue their journeys. 

The CBC's Margaret Evans takes you into the Moria Camp.

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