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Hundreds of migrants and refugees lined up outside a football stadium in the Greek island of Kos, Thursday, in order to receive documents, shelter, and aid, as thousands of migrants fleeing war zones and poverty continue to arrive at the famed holiday destination. Some 150 more migrants touched down on the island alone on Thursday morning and began queuing for papers. Refugees from Syria were reportedly given the appropriate asylum documents and entrance to the stadium by Greek officials, but Afghanis reported that they were no longer being extended the same courtesy. Thousands of migrants and refugees, predominantly from Syria and Afghanistan, are being kept in the stadium as police struggle to contain new arrivals. When more migrants attempted to get into the arena on Wednesday, police officers used pepper spray before pushing the crowd back and locking the gates. People in the stadium as well as outside suffered from the harsh conditions, with several people fainting due to heat stroke. The French-based NGO Medicine Sans Frontieres (MSF) has criticised the lack of coordination and the conditions the migrants have to endure, as only a little food and water is being provided by Greek authorities in Kos. To deal with crisis, authorities have sent one boat to the island which is expected to take some of the those in the stadium to Athens. Another is set to arrive in Kos tomorrow which will temporarily house the growing number of migrants on the island. According to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR) figures, 124,000 migrants, mainly from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, have reached Greek shores in 2015, with 50,000 people arriving in July alone.
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