Fire ripped through the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos last night and reignited today.The camp was overcrowded and unsanitary, but it was the only place its thousands of inhabitants called home.Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant visited Moria earlier this year and has this report.Along with his fellow asylum seekers, Fahim Ibrahimi from Afghanistan lost everything in the flames.My house is finished. All fires is many, all finished.Moria was Europe's largest and most notorious refugee camp.It was supposed to house 2,000, but 13,000 lived in squalid conditions in and outsid the barbed wire. Now they are all more destitute than ever.Our house is vanished. Our food is vanished. Everything. Our money is gone. We don't know what is going to happen.Now we will sleep on the street. What can we do? We don't have food. We don't anything. What can we do?Morning revealed the true extent of this catastrophe.The fire began after midnight, when a group protested against new coronavirus restrictions.So far, 35 migrants have tested positive for COVID. They were obliged to isolate and there were fears that other migrants could end up in detention.