Migrant crisis: 'No sign of flow of people slowing' in Lesbos

At one of the main entry points for migrants heading into Europe, the Greek island of Lesbos, there is little sign of the flow of people slowing.

Roughly 4,000 refugees are reaching Lesbos every day, mainly in small rubber dinghies operated by people smugglers on the Turkish coast.

Once they have been registered, they crowd the main port to buy tickets and eventually board ferries to Athens, from where they will start the long journey north through Macedonia.

Germany and Sweden are the preferred destinations, but none of them really know where they will end up or how they will get there.

Jim Muir reports from Mytilini, Lesbos.