As EU ministers met in Brussels Tuesday to try to find a common approach to the migrant crisis, Sweden is urging other nations to absorb more of the newcomers. Swedish officials are swamped as they try to deal with the arrival of more than 1,000 asylum seekers every day. Many of the migrants are drawn to the Scandinavian country by what they see as promises of housing, subsistence allowance and jobs. As VOA Europe correspondent Luis Ramirez reports from Stockholm, those dreams are ending with frustration and the journey, for many, is becoming even longer.
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