Migrants on a dinghy arrive at the island of Kos, Greece, after crossing from Turkey, on Thursday, August 13. Greece has become the main gateway to Europe for tens of thousands of refugees and economic migrants, mainly Syrians fleeing war, as fighting in Libya has made the alternative route from North Africa to Italy increasingly dangerous.
A man carries a girl in his arm as migrants arrive at the coast of Kos, Greece, on August 13.
A Syrian migrant mother holds the hand of a child as they arrive at a beach on Kos on August 13.
A policeman pushes a migrant as hundreds wait to complete a registration procedure by the police at a stadium on Kos, on Wednesday, August 12.
Migrants climb a wall of the national stadium where registration for the migrants was taking place on August 12.
Syrian migrants take shelter at a makeshift camp in the center of town on August 12, in Kos.
Policemen try to disperse hundreds of migrants by spraying them with fire extinguishers during a gathering for a registration procedure at a stadium on the Greek island of Kos, on Tuesday, August 11. The migrants had been ordered to go to the stadium by police who carried out a sweep of parks and public squares where they'd congregated. With no shade, toilets or water provided, the situation deteriorated.
Hundreds of migrants gather for registration at the stadium on August 11.
A Greek police officer pushes back migrants who are waiting behind a fence to be registered outside a police station on Kos on Monday, August 10.
Migrants sleep in a central square of Kos on August 10.
People walk past tents of migrants set up in the street on August 10.
A migrant washes his face near a deserted hotel, where hundreds of migrants have found temporary shelter, on August 10.