Austria

Asylum seekers gather each night outside the reception center in Traiskirchen, where there are estimated to be around 1,800 people | Source: Delshad Bazari
From file: Vienna train station, March 2022 | Photo: APA/Tobias Steinmaurer
From file: A 'community information and protest march against tents for asylum seekers in Thalham' on October 26, 2022 in St. Georgen Im Attergau, Austria | Photo: APA/Daniel Scharinger/picture alliance
A suspected migrant smuggler, with his back to camera, looks on as Hungarian police arrest a man involved in a car chase and fire fight on November 14, 2022 | Photo: picture alliance / police.hu
October 17, 2022, initial reception facility for asylum seekers in Thalham in St. Georgen im Attergau, Austria | Photo: APA/BARBARA GINDL
From file: Archive photo from 2015 as asylum seekers walk across the German border with Austria | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/A.Weigel
Gyms, schools and municipal buildings are being used as temporary reception facilities in Germany to house additional asylum seekers | Photo Felix Kästle / picture alliance
Roughly 160 people protested against a deportation in Vienna | Photo: Christopher Glanzl/APA/picture alliance
Migrants at Czech-Slovak border crossing Lanzhot-Brodske, on September 29, 2022 | Photo: CTK Photo/Vaclav Salek/picture alliance
A police officer directs the traffic, as they check vehicles at the Czech-Slovak border in Stary Hrozenkov, as part of the security measures put in place after the numbers of migrants travelling to Germany increased, Czech Republic, September 29, 2022 | Photo: REUTERS/Radovan Stoklasa
Interior minister Gerhard Karner, translator Rasha Corti and Gerald Tatzgern, migration expert at the interior ministry, at the presentation of the campaign on August 23, 2022 | Photo: Press handout Austrian interior ministry  © BMI/Jürgen Makowecz
The Austrian flag | Picture-alliance/dpa/D.I.Karmann