'We'll stay here until Europe takes us': Iraqi migrant

Twenty-eight year-old Diyar said conditions in the warehouse in Bruzgi, just across the border from Poland were "not good" but better than returning to his home country, saying militia groups there made it unsafe.

His friend Ahmed, 24, said it would be "so sad" if they had to go back, saying there was no work for him there.

They are among migrants being housed in the warehouse with only basic access to food and hygiene.

Reuters footage on Wednesday (November 24) showed aid workers distributing hot drinks and food to migrants and others washing themselves and their clothes using water from tanks outside the building.

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