Hundreds of migrants continue to arrive as the Greek Island of Kos struggles with the influx. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) A small dingy packed with women and children arrived on the Greek island of Kos on Thursday morning, as Greece bolstered security on the holiday island struggling to cope with an influx of refugees. Migrants are continuing to flood onto the island, two days after frustrated migrants scuffled with police and the government pledged to ease the plight of the hundreds arriving daily on its shores. Cash-starved Greece, mired in its worst economic crisis in decades, has found itself in the spotlight in recent months as Europe grapples with a stream of refugees fleeing war and poverty. Tens of thousands have crossed into Greece from Turkey along its long island coastline.