Children's bodies washed up in Greece in latest migrant tragedy

Migrants aboard dinghies reach the Greek island of Lesbos after crossing the Aegean sea from Turkey on October 4, 2015The badly decomposed bodies of two children were found washed up on the Greek island of Kos on Sunday, the latest victims of a crisis that has seen 630,000 people enter the EU illegally this year. Authorities believe the children were from migrant families that had been trying to reach Kos by dinghy, Greek media reported. Greece has been struggling to cope with a wave of migrants making the dangerous crossing from Turkey.

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