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The UK government has announced that unaccompanied asylum-seeking children will be resettled in the UK from Greece, Italy and France in an initiative announced following discussions between the government and Save the Children.  This initiative builds on last month’s announcement that up to 3,000 vulnerable children & family members will be resettled direct from the Middle East and North Africa.  And it adds to the resettlement of 20,000 people direct from Syrian refugee communities, which has been under way since last year.
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