Little left of Greece’s Moria refugee camp after 2nd fire

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Little remains of Greece’s notoriously overcrowded Moria refugee camp, after a second fire overnight destroyed nearly everything that had been spared in the original Tuesday night blaze, leaving thousands more people in need of emergency housing. Early morning, former residents of the country’s largest camp returned to the area to pick through the charred remains of their belongings, salvaging what they could. Many spent the night sleeping in the open — in fields, by the side of the road or in a small graveyard. Aid agencies have long warned of dire conditions at Moria, where more than 12,500 people were living in and around a facility built to house just over 2,750.