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Almost two-thirds of asylum-seekers in Greece are women and children. Greece continues to struggle with how to accommodate migrants — especially this new population, which has needs that are unique to pregnant and nursing mothers and babies.

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Children amuse themselves in the Malakasa refugee camp on the outskirts of Athens. Asylum-seekers mostly live in containers as they await their cases to be adjudicated.

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