In a visit to Greece, the European Union’s top migration official has called on the country to “do more” to investigate allegations that its coastguard is pushing asylum seekers back to neighbouring Turkey, as the bloc announced funding for five new refugee camps on Aegean islands. Ylva Johansson, the EU’s home affairs commissioner pledged 276 million euros for new camps, saying it was imperative to find “new political solutions” to share the burden between EU states. But Al Jazeera quotes humanitarian groups working in Greece’s islands as saying that the EU is “replicating the same model that has created so much harm and suffering”.