Thousands of refugees got stuck in Athens, but anarchists came to their rescue.
When Germany opened its borders to refugees during the summer of 2015, the flow of migrants moving through Athens turned to a flood.
Hundreds of thousands of people — mostly Syrians — passed through the city, usually leaving in a few days or weeks. Then, in March, the borders closed.
Now, around 10,000 people are stuck in Athens, unable to continue their journeys. Some live in hotels, but most have run out of money. They sleep in tents at the port, at an abandoned airport outside the city, or sometimes even on the street.