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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: 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 year-old boy from Afghanistan knows exactly what he wants. But the man keeps pushing.
I will give you food, pay you. The man only stops when he realizes he is being watched. He then grudgingly walks away and sits down on a nearby bench. From there, he starts scouring the field again, searching for another boy. It was broad daylight on a sunny Tuesday morning on Victoria Square in the heart of Athens. The square has been a meeting place and a makeshift home for thousands of migrants since the refugee crisis hit Greece two years ago - and now it is increasingly becoming a prostitution hub for underage refugees.
Mohammad hasn't gone that far yet, but he says it is only a matter of time until he goes home with a man. He has just 30 euros left in his pocket, and he is quickly losing hope. Have sex with these older men. What should I do? I have no place to stay, nothing to eat. Should I just die in the park? Mohammed says he lost his parents in an attack in Afghanistan. He has been in Athens for a month, he says, after fleeing his home alone and reaching the Greek island of Lesbos last February, where he registered as a minor.
He then claimed to be an adult to escape the violence in the island's notorious Moria camp. Since then, despite looking very much like a teenager, with pimples, a small stature and thin voice, he has been turned away from shelters for minors. When night comes, Mohammad rolls himself up in a blanket on a corner of the square.
His only possession is a yellow envelope that he guards closely. Inside, he keeps his refugee registration papers and a single-page CV. According to Mohammad's papers, he applied for asylum in Lesbos in November The date set for his interview is January 4, It is mostly boys from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria - who either came alone or were separated from their families along their perilous journey to Europe - who are now waiting for their refugee claims to be processed in Greece.