A brutal crime took place at the camp in Moria on Friday afternoon, when a 23-year-old Afghan woman stabbed herself in the neck and killed a 23-year-old compatriot, according to Ethnos.
According to sources, the quarrel followed a fight between the children of the two women.
The victim was taken to the doctor’s office at the camp with a number of wounds, where she was later pronounced dead.
It should be noted that the perpetrator is wanted after she left the scene of the conflict and left for the surrounding mountains.
However, being stuck on an island, it is only a matter of time until she is caught and prosecuted.
In April, two illegal migrants were injured after gunshots were fired at the overcrowded Moria migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesvos, as reported by Greek City Times.
The two illegal migrants were transferred to the island’s hospital as a precaution and police have launched an investigation into the incident.
Greece has been the first point of entry into the European Union for hundreds of thousands of people fleeing war or poverty at home, with most arriving on the eastern Aegean islands from nearby Turkey.
Moria camp currently houses 19,000 people, almost seven times its capacity of 2,800 places.
In March, two gangs of illegal immigrants, overwhelmingly Afghani, clashed at the Moria migrant camp located to the north of Mytilene. It is not known why the two groups fought with each other, but the ‘battle’ took place on a private farm.
It was not long until many of the illegal immigrants, at first fighting each other with batons and stones, turned their weapons against the local population, with a passing car being attacked with a rock.
The clashes took place when the camp is supposed to be on a lockdown, demonstrating that they are willing to risk a breakout of coronavirus in the Moria camp to engage in violence.
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