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Please if you see unnacompained minors

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I've been doing some reading about the refugees situation in Sicily and Italy in general to be aware of what's going on before my kids and I go in June. There is a website in particular that explains how the refugees are being rejected for being adults, unfortunately some minors are also classified as adults and forced to live on the streets as homeless, unaware that the law gives them immediate asylum for being minors. In the following link it's exposed the case of a little one who was just helped by somebody who tracked him from Sicily to Milan, these minors can be pray to human traffickers and smugglers who can abuse they current situation. So as a Mom I ask whoever travels to Italy, if you see a homeless child on the streets please call "Save the Children"
http://migrantsicily.blogspot.com/2016/02/alagies-story-one-out-of-many-rejected.html

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