EU's rights agency warns of 'lost generation' of young refugees

EU's rights agency warns of 'lost generation' of young refugees

Europe is at risk of creating a "lost generation" of young refugees, who aren't properly integrated into their host countries, the EU's Agency for Fundamental Rights warns.
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