At the Nahr el-Bared refugee camp in northern Lebanon
Families could still have to wait years in Germany, as tens of thousands of applications have been lodged
Ahmad Al Rashid, second to right, came to UK in July 2015 - he now works for the IOM in integration and resettlement programs
Many refugees in Germany have family members in Greece whom they want to reunite with (Photo: A Syrian family at Moria camp on November 30, 2017 © REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis)
Members of the Syrian Civil Defense engaging in a rescue mission
A picture taken from the Turkish side of the border between Turkey and Syria shows Syrian refugees waiting on the Syrian side of the border crossing near Akcakale, Sanliurfa province, south-eastern Turkey, 10 June 2015. EPA/SEDAT SUNA
Syrians refugees returning home from Lebanon
Khadija Ismail Al-Jneid, a 32-year-old Syrian refugee woman from Al-Raqqa, Syria, and her children stand inside her makeshift shelter at Al-Basma Syrian refugee camp in Deir Zanoun area in the Bekaa valley, eastern Lebanon, 19 June 2018. EPA/Nabil Mounzer
A Syrian girl with a small baby who fled from Jinderes district in Syria and sheltered in Reyhandli in Turkey's Hatay province (February 2018)
Mohammed Omar, 18 Refugee from Aleppo, Syria
Migrants cross the border from Hungary to Serbia
Syrian refugee camp near the village of al-Rafeed, next to the Israeli-Syrian border in the southern province of Daraa, as seen from the Israeli side of the border in the Golan Height, Israel Credit: EPA/Atef Safadi