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The German NGO Sea-Eye will make use of satellite imagery to better detect migrant boats in distress at sea | Credit: EPA/ALEXANDER DRAHEIM / SEA-EYE HANDOUT
There seems to be no shortage of available services trying to help migrants in Germany | picture-alliance
Germany’s Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) needed an average of 6.1 months to finish an asylum procedure in the third quarter of 2018 | Photo: Imago/Rainer Weisflog
Yazidi refugee Salma Bakir, 9, from Iraq, waits with her family to be permitted by Macedonian police to board a train heading to the Serbian border | picture-alliance/AP Photo/M. Muheisen
Voluntary return programs are not only more attractive to refugees but they also cost the government less money than deportations
People being given church asylum | Imago/C.Mang
Job qualifications and German language skills remain the keys to labor market success
Syrian passport | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/M.Kappeler
The Sea-Watch 3 on the Mediterranean | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Sea-Watch.org
Soul talk: Lead psychologist Alexandra Blattner (left) in discussion with peer counselor Parisa from Iran  | Photo: Benjamin Bathke
View of the Schweinfurt anchor center in Bavaria | Photo: Picture-alliance
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