Austria

Many migrants crossed Eastern Europe, including Hungary, at the height of the so-called refugee crisis | Photo: Picture-alliance
Many migrants have been separated from their close family members during their migration | Photo: Picture-alliance/Zuma Press/London News Pictures/P. Hackett
Sebastian Kurz and Angela Merkel | Photo: Reuters/H.Hanschke
Austria's new Justice Minister Alma Zadic | Photo: picture-alliance /APA/H.Punz
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz | Photo: EPA/FLORIAN WIESER
Prime Minister Kurz (in front) hopes to clamp down on irregular migration while his deputy, Green Party leader Werner Kogler, espouses less radical views on migration | Photo:  Reuters/L. Foeger
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Head of Austria's Freedom Party (FPÖ), Norbert Hofer | Photo: Reuters/L.Foeger
Young people under 34 formed the majority of those seeking asylum in 2015-16. Difficulties with the integration process across the EU could lead to a wasted generation of potential | Credit: IOM
A German policeman checking a passport | Photo: Imago/J. Gruber
Refugees on the Austrian border | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/Pixsell/V. Z. Rogulja
March 2018: Checks on the German-Austrian border | Photo: Imago/Revierfoto