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The number of refugees in Sweden has spiked by a record 25 percent over the past 6 months, the country’s domestic migration authority has confirmed.
In December, the figures showed some 14,000 unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and teenagers were living in Sweden, a country of 10 million people.
This figure has since risen to 35,400 – double the previous 8.5 percent drop in the number of refugees.
The surge in numbers has been driven by a sharp increase of young people, many of whom are unaccompanied or family members of those seeking asylum but have stayed outside the country.
The figure follows in the footsteps taken by Greece, where the influx of refugees has been even more drastic than in Sweden.
Between January and December, the number of unaccompanied children in Greece almost doubled to about 12,700, a rise of 28 percent over the same 6 month period.
The numbers for unaccompanied children in Sweden rose from 4,100 in December to about 24,400 in November.
Some 23,000 unaccompanied refugee children have now arrived in Europe, according to the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), an umbrella group of aid agencies.
While the majority of them are from just one country – Syria – others are from Libya, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and Ethiopia.
However a number of reports have claimed that young men – as young as 12 – have been used as sex slaves by traffickers.
But the country’s migration authority has refused to comment.
Immigration minister Morgan Johansson, however, said: “There is no doubt that the vast majority of these are young men who don’t come from conflict zones or conflict-ridden countries.
“They come from a situation where they desperately need a safer haven.”
He said Sweden was not at risk of becoming “a third-world country, but there is a risk that the situation may worsen.”
Sweden’s immigration policy under the populist Right Now party and Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has been criticised by rights groups and human rights experts as being too len
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