Lamentablemente los medios de comunicación dejan de narrar en sus portadas los que sigue sucediendo concretamente en la Isla Griega de Lesbos. Miles de refugiados sirios siguen embarcando desde las costas turcas en busca de un futuro mejor.

Este problema ya no aparece en los titulares de los informativas, es como si el problema se hubiera solucionado. Nada más lejos de la realidad, el problema sigue, Europa se mantiene en brazos cruzados sin soluciones y el problema cada vez se intensifica cada vez más.

EL fótografo alemán Kai Löffelbein viajó hasta la isla griega para mostrar en imágenes la realidad de los refugiados sirios. Ha contribuido con su fotografía a que estas persona tengan voz para pedirle al mundo occidental su ayuda.

Migrants arrive on a dinghy after crossing from Turkey to Lesbos. Greece has been overwhelmed this year by record numbers of migrants. More than 250,000 people have reached Greece so far this year, the vast majority of them Syrians or Afghans fleeing conflict.

Abandoned: A more than 12ft high pile of life-jackets and dinghies, left behind by migrants and refugees that have successfully made the hazardous journey across the Mediterranean to the Greek island of Lesbos

The crossing across the Aegean is notoriously perilous. This man just arrived with his family at Lesbos island; scarred and happy at the same time.

Iran refugees burned their passports before arriving in Athens.

Refugees change their wet clothes while a police car drove by.

Lesbos refugee crisis

A boat with 45 refugees from Afghanistan reached the north coast of Lesbos. The swell is high and the journey dangerous. Spanish life guards, helping people off the boat.

A disabled veteran stands at the beach of Lesbos.

Greek police forces used tear gas on refugees a several times as they were protesting against the living conditions at the camp in Moria as well as the long waiting hours at the camp`s office for registration. A former detention center for migrants serves as the biggest refugee camp in the village of Moria on the island of Lesbos Greece. It holds over a thousand of refugees from Afghanistan, Iran and Somalia that are waiting for their transit papers to continue their journey to Athens. Food, water and shelter supplies are not sufficient since the flood of refugees entering Greece through the Aegean coast is wearing off the island`s capacities. Violence between the different nationalities and police forces is a daily routine.

Hundreds of refugees wait for their registration in Moria, Lesbos as the police starts to use teargas because of riots between people from Irak and Afghansitan. Chaotic registration queues leave refugees in future Hot Spot under inhumane conditions for days. Here they start to climb the fences an try to enter the registration point.

Greek police forces used tear gas on refugees a several times as they were protesting against the living conditions at the camp in Moria as well as the long waiting hours at the camp`s office for registration. A former detention center for migrants serves as the biggest refugee camp in the village of Moria on the island of LesbosGreece. It holds over a thousand of refugees from Afghanistan, Iran and Somalia that are waiting for their transit papers to continue their journey to Athens. Food, water and shelter supplies are not sufficient since the flood of refugees entering Greece through the Aegean coast is wearing off the island`s capacities. Violence between the different nationalities and police forces is a daily routine.

A group of young men posed for a selfie on Eftalou beach after reaching the island.

Thousands of refugees gather at the port to enter the ferry to Athens. Afghan and Syrian refugees who successfully entered Europe by the sea from Turkey to Lesvos, Greece, continue their journey. A majority of them is trying to find refuge in Germany.

Refugee with his daughter climbs up to a field after arriving from Turkey to Lesbos island, Greece, on a dinghy. They have to walk around 55 kilometers (34 miles) to reach the capital of Lesvos, Mytillini.

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