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Two Afghan boys wearing Real Madrid T-shirts pose for a portrait, after having made the journey to Greece on an inflatable boat. Their boat landed on the beach of Skala Sykaminias, Lesbos island after crossing the narrow six mile strait betwen the Turkish coast and Greece. Every day hundreds of refugees, mainly from Syria and Afghanistan, are crossing in small overcrowded inflatable boats the 6 mile channel from the Turkish coast to the island of Lesbos in Greece. Many spend their life savings, over $1,000, to buy a space on these boats.