Greeks Rue Refugees Bearing No Gifts as Middle East Meets Lesbos

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An Afghan immigrant, left, tries to use his cellphone while he and... News PhotoArrival,Austerity,Crisis,Economy,Equality,Europe,Finance,Food,Greece,Greek Culture,Healthy Eating,Home Finances,Horizontal,Immigrant,Lesbos,Mobile Phone,Mytilene,Nautical Vessel,North,Refugee,Resting,Roadside,Time,Town,Walking,Wireless TechnologyPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2012 BloombergAn Afghan immigrant, left, tries to use his cellphone while he and fellow Afghans rest on a roadside as they walk to the town of Mytilene hours after arriving by boat from Turkey in the northern part of the island of Lesbos, Greece, on Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012. In recent months, Lesbos has become a hot spot for migrants as Greece struggles to cope with waves of refugees from Middle Eastern conflict even as it reels from economic crisis at home. Photographer: Kostas Tsironis/Bloomberg via Getty Images