UNICEF fears for stranded refugee children in Europe

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A young Afghan boy draws at the Faros / Blue Dot center near Victoria Square, in Athens, Greece. © UNICEF/UN057927/Gilbertson VII Photo

Some 25,000 refugee and migrant children stranded at transit points across Europe are at risk of emotional distress due to uncertainty about their future, the UN children's fund, UNICEF, has reported.

These children are living in limbo in countries such as Greece, Bulgaria and Hungary because they do not know if they will be able to move on to other parts of the continent or to reunite with family members settled there.

Alpha Diallo asked UNICEF's Sarah Crowe what teams on the ground have been seeing.

Duration: 2:38"

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