Greece: Epicenter of Refugee Crisis Faces New Questions After Paris Attacks

A passport on the pavement next to a gunman accused in the Paris attacks has become a grim reminder of the extent to which the self-proclaimed Islamic State is capitalizing on the migration of millions of refugees.

The passport had been stamped at the Greek island of Leros—Greece has borne a large burden in the refugee crisis, with thousands of people arriving daily.

Jeanne Carstensen speaks with the Takeaway's John Hockenberry about what we know about this discarded passport and what it tells us about the attacks, how migrants, refugees, and the Greek people are reacting to this news, and how the refugee crisis has changed in the last few months.