Finland to take 100 refugee children from Greek camps

Finland has become the latest European country to agree to house dozens of asylum-seeking minors from over-crowded Greek refugee camps. Over 13,000 children are living in squalid conditions in camps like Moria.
Greece's Migration Ministry announced Thursday that Finland will take in 130 refugees from Greek refugee camps. The number includes 100 unaccompanied children and 30 adult asylum-seekers

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