Greek rescue guards erect Christmas tree of discarded life jackets

26 December 2015
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Rescue guards from the island of Lesbos (Mytilene) gathered discarded life jackets thrown aside after migrants perilous journey to Greece from Turkey. They created a special Christmas tree to welcome the refugees at the coast of Neapoli, a southern town of Lesbos, where the gathering of migrants has not abated at all during the Christmas season.

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