Dozens of irregular migrant children, aged 12-17 and taking shelter in the Vucjak refugee camp near the Bihac city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, are struggling to survive in harsh winter conditions.

These children who are on the journey with either their relatives or friends from their villages struggle to live under harsh winter conditions in which air temperature drops to minus 10 Celsius.

But they all have one mutual dream that keeps them united against the inhumane conditions, which is the dream of reaching their relatives who live in European countries such as Belgium, Italy, and France.

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