International students who fled Ukraine for Germany, are demanding more time to get settled here | Photo: Valentina Barreto/Westend61/imago images
Germany is trying to help thousands of people in need of protection leave Afghanistan  | Photo: Marc Tessensohn/Bundeswehr/picture alliance
EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson said that Ukrainians will 'always' receive a warm welcome | Photo: ANSA
A displaced Afghan woman receives cash aid from a WSTA employee at a cash aid distribution centre for displaced people in Kabul, Afghanistan on July 28, 2022 | Photo: Ali Khara/Reuters
A Slovenian police officer monitors the country's border | Photo: Dana Alboz/ InfoMigrants
From file: A plane carrying people who have been evacuated from Afghanistan arrives in Paris in September 2021 | Photo: REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier
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The number of Syrians registered in Turkey as of July 2022 is nearly 3.7 million, Deputy Interior Minister İsmail Çataklı said | Photo: Rami Alsayed/NurPhoto/picture-alliance
Berlin's housing shortage could force refugees to sleep in temporary reception facilities | Photo: Steffi Loos/AP/Picture-alliance
A wall in Van Province, eastern Turkey, along the border with Iran – a common route for migrants from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran | Photo: Emrah Gurel/AP Photo/picture-alliance
Most asylum applicants without papers have to use irregular means of migration to reach Germany, since border authorities check travel documents upon arrival | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa
From file: Afghan civilians trying to enter Kabul international airport following the Talbian takeover of the Afghan capital in August 2021 | Photo: Reuters