The number of unaccompanied child refugees arriving in the Netherlands reached its highest level in five years, AD reported Tuesday, citing figures from the refugee settlement agency COA.
By September 1, 665 minors had taken care of the child refugee institution Nidos, double the number last year and heading for the 2016 record of 967, according to AD. Almost 40% of them come from Syria.
On Sunday, a railroad worker found a 13-year-old boy alone at Tilburg station. He is believed to have traveled alone. A 10-year-old Syrian girl was found at a train station in Utrecht earlier this summer.
Last year, more than 2,500 children disappeared from the Dutch refugee center in the last decade, revealing that no one knows where most of them are.
According to the refugee agency COA, some children under the age of 18 have traveled to find families in the Netherlands and elsewhere in Europe, some of whom are traffickers and prostitutes. It has crossed over to.
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Unaccompanied child refugees arrive in the Netherlands this year
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