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Seehofer said the EU has a big job ahead of it on migration | Photo: Michael Sohn / AP Photo / Picture alliance
A group of evacuated Afghans arriving in Germany, in the eastern state of Brandenburg | Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa/picture-alliance
Polish soldiers set up a barbed wire fence on the border between Poland and Belarus on September 1, 2021 | Photo: Maciej Luczniewski/NurPhoto/picture-alliance
Most of the asylum seekers who applied for protection for the first time came from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq | Photo: Armin Weigel/dpa/picture-alliance
Demonstrators accused Polish authorities of cruel behavior and of pushing migrants back over the border | Photo: Aleksander Kalka/imago
Migrants in Poland | Source: Screenshot report DW
Some 2,600 migrants who arrived via Belarus are being housed in the state of Brandenburg | Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/picture-alliance
The EU could see a surge in more migrants arriving as the pandemic gradually ebbs away | Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters
Screenshot from the program 'Monitor' aired on German broadcaster WDR about pushbacks at the Croatian border | Photo: Monitor/WDR
Poland alleges that Belarus, angered by European sanctions, is intentionally sending migrants across their shared border as a kind of blackmail | Photo: Wojtek Radwanski/AFP/Getty Images (via DW)
Much of the country is controlled by local armed forces that operate independently of the government | Photo: Reuters
Camera footage from 2018 shows Croation authorities, armed with batons, forcing a group of migrants back into Bosnia | Copyright: Border Violence Monitoring Network