Police fire teargas as migrants demand to leave island.
Greek authorities have said the fires were set deliberately by residents angry about isolation orders, imposed after 35 people were found to have COVID-19.
Greek authorities have refused any mass transfer off the island despite growing hostility from local residents angry after years at the front line of the crisis.
Angry migrants left homeless by a blaze at Europe’s largest refugee centre demanded to leave the Greek island of Lesbos on Saturday as authorities opened up new tent shelters and European leaders faced growing calls to take in more of the displaced.
Migrant camp blazed A fire at the Morea camp tens of thousands of refugees.
Ten EU countries to take 400 children without families from destroyed Lesbos camp.
France and Germany, accept two-thirds of youngsters, after Moria camp was gutted in fires on Tues & Wed.
Ten EU countries have agreed to take in more than 400 unaccompanied children who were staying in a now-destroyed migrant camp in Greece.
The Moria facility on the island of Lesbos was gutted in fires on Tuesday and Wednesday, forcing its 12,000 inhabitants to sleep in nearby fields or on roadsides.
Germany’s interior minister, Horst Seehofer, said his country and France would take about two-thirds of the 406 teenagers and children without parents or guardians.
The other countries taking part are Finland, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Croatia, the Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium and Switzerland, German officials said.
The youngsters are already off the island, having been flown to the Greek mainland and placed in hotels on Wednesday night.