Syrian refugee swims to Lesvos holding a baby

On Lesvos, an island which has borne the brunt of Greece's migrant intake, a Reuters photographer saw 10 dinghies arriving within 90 minutes on Sunday.
One inflatable carrying about 70 refugees, including many children, burst about 100 metres from the shore.
Locals pulled infants and toddlers - including a two-month old baby cradled by his father - ashore on rubber rings.