The Greek island of Kos sees hundreds of migrants come ashore every day. They have made the crossing from Turkey on small inflatable boats, risking their lives in the process. FRANCE 24's Ben Barnier and Georges Yazbeck report.
The island of Kos is situated five kilometres from the Turkish coast and has become a gateway for migrants fleeing Syria, Iraq, Pakistan or Afghanistan. But the euphoria of arrival is short-lived, as our reporters found out.
Programme prepared by Yong Chim and Lina Fahoum
Head of the international migration division, OECD