1. Greek police officer confronting the migrants, slapping one while brandishing a knife, as migrants queue to check a list of names issued each morning for immigration
2. Various of hundreds of migrants outside the Kos Island administration building waiting for their documents to allow them to leave
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Mohammed Riski, 28, Syrian migrant from Yefrin who arrived seven days ago:
"There are thousands of people here (on the island). Everyday comes about 1,000 people and they give everyday paper for 200 people, 300 people and so many people are sleeping in the streets. All of the hotels are full. There are no toilets or any services. Just the water - thank you."
A Greek police officer brandished a knife and slapped migrants after pushing and shoving broke amid the hundreds waiting outside Kos island's administration building to receive their immigration papers.
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