Since the summer of 2015, the Greek island of Samos, in the Northeast Aegean, has received thousands of refugees and migrants.
The island has only one refugee camp, called ''hot spot''.
People who arrive there from Turkey are meant to be hosted there for a few days for registration.
However, thousands of refugees and migrants stay for several months.
The camp can host up to 700 people, but now 2400 men and women live there, including over 700 children.
Over the last ten days, over 500 …