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underage asylum seekers

"You have to have a big heart"

Published fredag 3 augusti 2012 kl 13.54
"Important to place children right"
(1:11 min)

The issue of underage asylum seekers travelling to Sweden by themselves is often in the news. But it's mostly politicians arguing about it - across party lines but also over state and municipal boundaries, so we wanted to speak with some of the affected. We have already spoken to 18-year-old Mustafa from Somalia, for example, and today we follow up with one of the host families who welcome children in their homes. Nuri Ranchber and his wife Nawal were themselves refugees as Kurds from Iraq - and he thinks it helps to share a background with the new-comers.

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