VIOLENT riots erupted at a migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos last night, which saw nearly 30 tents torched and dozens of asylum seekers injured.
The majority of injured people were treated by medical staff or NGOs.
Tensions have been building in the centre, which houses nearly 3,000 migrants, following the recent deal to send all new arrivals to Lesbos back to Turkey.
A tent burns following the chaos
An injured man following clashes
Around 340 migrants have so far been returned to Turkey.
As part of the agreement, reached at the start of April, the EU insisted that Ankara must meet 72 basic conditions in order to win visa-free access for its 80 million citizens to the Schengen zone.
Frustration have been growing for weeks as around 50,000 migrants are stranded in Greece after its northern neighbor, Macedonia, closed its borders in March.