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In Greece, refugees face dire living conditions, limited housing and catastrophically long wait times for their claims.On a square in Athens, unaccompanied boys from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria are increasingly pursuing a last-ditch option for survival: prostitution.Mohammed is approached by a middle-aged man wearing greasy beige pants, a blue shirt and a blue baseball cap.Although the man speaks Greek, the 17-year-old boy from Afghanistan knows exactly what he wants. I will give you food, pay you." The man only stops when he realizes he is being watched.Because the processing of asylum applications is chaotic and authorities from one agency don't know what authorities from other agencies are doing.And because the boys need to file criminal complaints before their clients can be prosecuted.
Failure of Authorities Everyone - the authorities, the NGO workers, the police - know what is going on.By the last count, there were 56 underage migrants in police custody - partly because nobody knows what to do with them.Hombas describes confused notions of authority between the European Union and Athens, which has meant that the 1 billion euros in aid from Brussels only reaches the refugees after significant delay.'Life is Hard' Ahmad, another teenager from Afghanistan, has already taken the step that Mohammad is desperately trying to avoid.He was 15 when he left Kandahar two years ago, the oldest of seven children.