Sunday, December 05, 2010

Refugee Camps in Far Off Countries

Norway refugee camps in poor condition

Teenage refugees, who have sought asylum in Norway, are suffering from poor psychological and physical living conditions, a report says.

Dec 4, 2010 - According to the Norwegian daily Dagbladet, teenagers from different countries such as Ethiopia, Somalia, Morocco, Russia and Palestine, face an uncertain future while waiting to be granted asylum to Norway.

The asylum-seeking teenagers living in a refugee camp in the city of Bodo in Norway's Nordland County were initially refused asylum by the Nordic country and are suffering from psychological problems.


Many of Norway's new citizens came as refugees initially from Iraq, Somalia and Afghanistan. About 1,215 were from Iraq, with the next-largest concentrations coming from Somalia, Afghanistan, Russia, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. {read rest}

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