PUSL.- They arrive little by little but are thousands. Some are already in Spain others will arrive in the next few days.
Small ambassadors from Western Sahara, children born and raised in refugee camps in southern Algeria, just as their parents were born and raised there and their grandparents built a country in exile in the middle of the death desert.
They spent more than 4 decades of exile, survived more than 4 decades of Moroccan occupation.
Here they come to Europe these little Saharawis, innocent and smiling faces but also often with tears that spend a few weeks away from the refugee camps and get to know the “first world”.
Families and institutions welcome children and make promises, strive to provide them with what we, in the first world, think is necessary to have a happy childhood.