KOMOTINI, GREECE,  - More than 100 clandestine Asian immigrants were detained on Thursday after being discovered hiding at a cemetery near Greece's northeastern border with Turkey, police said. The group, mainly from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh, hid in the cemetery at Tryfilli village after ditching the inflatable dinghies they used to cross the Evros river between Greece and Turkey, the police said. Greek border guards also caught one of three suspected traffickers who helped them cross over. The other two fled. The detained migrants and suspected trafficker will be taken to a prosecutor in the nearby town of Alexandroupolis later in the day. The River Evros is a key crossing point used by traffickers to bring over would-be migrants and asylum seekers from the Middle East and Asia.