Christophe Viseux

A Refugee Crisis in Kos
Location: Dubai, UAE
Nationality: French
Biography: Dubai-based photographer working mainly in the Middle East and Africa. Published on The New York Times, Al Jazeera, Le Monde, PDN, Burn Magazine, VSD. Recent collaboration with the Clinton Foundation and the NGO Reach Out To Asia.  Available... read on
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A Refugee Crisis in Kos
Credits: christophe viseux
Updated: 08/23/15
Location: Kos
A Refugee Crisis in Kos.

In July 2015 alone, 50,000+ refugees have completed the illegal overnight crossing from Turkey to Greece by sea, which represents a higher figure than for the whole year of 2014. This ongoing photo essay aims to depict the situation on Kos Island, one of the shortest point of entry into Europe.

// More images available on request //

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