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InfoMigrants reported from Brussels on January 24, 2023 | Credit: InfoMigrants
From file: Refugees from Ukraine at Tegel airport in Berlin | Photo: Steffi Loos/AP/Picture-alliance
From file: Almost 18 months after the evacuation of Kabul, more Afghan families are still living in temporary hotels than have been given permanent accommodation in the UK | Photo: REUTERS/Ali Khara
From file: Evacuation of migrants at the closed camp for asylum seekers on Samos island, Greece, during the exercise 'Promachos 2021' organized by the Greek Ministry of Migration and Asylum, 22 October 2021 | Photo: ARCHIVE EPA / MICHAEL SVARNIAS
The EUAA expects more asylum applications to be brought forward in particular from Afghanistan | Photo: EUAA
Municipalities in Norway will be required to settle a further 35,000 refugees in 2023 | Photo: Imago/YAY Micro
Newcomers to the street, boulevard de la Chapelle, in Paris, December 14, 2022 | Photo: InfoMigrants
Refugees and migrants protest outside the refugee camp of Eleonas where they live, in Athens, on Thursday, November 4, 2021 | Photo: AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
From file: People sleeping in front of the Ter Apel asylum center in the Netherlands | Photo: Vincent Jannink/ANP/IMAGO
The tiny houses will be ready within weeks | Photo: Daniel Bockwoldt/dpa/picture alliance
Asylum seekers gather each night outside the reception center in Traiskirchen, where there are estimated to be around 1,800 people | Source: Delshad Bazari
Dozens of migrants waiting in front of the prefecture of Trieste to ask for a place to stay in the city's facilities, on October 5, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/Alice Rita Fumis