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Lesbos: What really happened in the refugee camp destroyed by flames?

Europe’s largest refugee camp, Moria Camp, was destroyed by fire in September 2020.

The blaze left around 13,000 migrants without shelter and Greece reeling, but seemingly there was nobody to blame.

BBC Newsnight looked into the origins of the fire and the impact it had on those living there.

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