Volunteers help Syrian refugees, who just sailed 15 kilometers from the Turkish shore in a rubber boat, to land at the beach of Greek Lesbos island. The island with the population of 80 thousand people takes in 5-7 thousand migrants every day. With the help of international organizations they leave Greece for the 'Balkan corridor': through Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia they get to the countries of Western Europe. More than 500,000 people have taken this route in 2015.
Photo: AP Photo / Santi Palacios