Migrants protest near the Moria camp on Greece's Lesbos island. Photo: 28 January 2017

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Migrants have staged a sit-in protest over the current deaths

Help teams have raised alarm over the deaths of three migrants on Greece’s Lesbos island inside every week.

They mentioned that poor circumstances at an overcrowded camp in Moria offered a “severe danger” to no less than three,000 migrants residing there.

A person in his 20s mentioned to be a Pakistani was discovered lifeless in his tent on Monday.

A 22-year-old Egyptian man and a 46-year-old Syrian man who shared a tent died final week. Reviews recommend they inhaled poisonous fumes from heaters.

Greek police are actually investigating the deaths.

Native media have cited carbon monoxide poisoning as a potential reason for deaths, because the chilly winter climate has pressured many migrants to make use of heaters and wood-burning stoves to maintain heat.

“One thing has bought to present,” Worldwide Rescue Committee Greece director Panos Navrozidis was quoted as saying by Reuters. “We can not tolerate this wanton lack of life.”

The Docs of the World charity mentioned poor circumstances on the camp posed “severe danger” to migrants.

Greater than 60,000 migrants and refugees – lots of them from conflict-ravaged nations like Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan – presently dwell in camps round Greece.

Help teams say lots of the camps are overcrowded, with Human Rights Watch describing the circumstances in a few of them as “deplorable and risky”.

A be aware on terminology: The BBC makes use of the time period migrant to confer with all folks on the transfer who’ve but to finish the authorized means of claiming asylum. This group contains folks fleeing war-torn nations similar to Syria, who’re prone to be granted refugee standing, in addition to people who find themselves searching for jobs and higher lives, who governments are prone to rule are financial migrants.