refugee children

 Many cases of missing migrant children are never followed up, according to the Missing Children Europe advocacy group | Photo: picture-alliance/Nic Economou
From file: Boats used by migrants to reach the Canary Islands coasts, are seen piled up at Arinaga port, in Aguimes, on the island of Gran Canaria, Spain, on November 13, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Borja Suarez
Refugee kids playing with the snow in Malakasa camp in Greece | Photo: EPA/Orestis Panagiotou
Internally displaced children at the makeshift Kalbeed camp, near the Bab al-Hawa crossing at the Syria-Turkey border | Photo: Zein Al-Rifai/archive/EPA
A teenager being rescued with other migrants at the port of Motril in southern Spain | Photo: Miguel Paquet/Archive/EPA
Refugee children wait to board the train heading for Serbia, near Gevegelia, Macedonia | Photo: EPA/GEORGI LICOVSKI
Two-year-old Mawra died the night of May 16, 2018 during a police pursuit in Belgium | Photo: Hand Out/Belga/picture-alliance
Many young refugees, waiting for the chance to cross the border, live in abandoned buildings outside official camps | Photo: Elena Heatherwick/Save the Children
Britain says it will now focus on resettling unaccompanied child refugees from conflict zones rather than the EU if they don't have relatives in the UK | Photo: Reuters / Orestis Panagiotou
Children, who fled with their families after Taliban launched massive attacks in different districts of Helmand province, live in temporary shelters in Sarhrood district of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan, November 26, 2020 | Photo: EPA/GHULAMULLAH HABIBI
The majority of the missing children cases could be explained | Photo: ANSA/Save the Children/Riccardo Venturi
An Iraqi boy in a house damaged by bombing in the Ninewa area, where he returned to live with his family after the sudden closure by the government of several camps for displaced people | Photo: EPA/MURTAJA LATEEF