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A migrant runs as Greek security forces intervene at the border between Turkey and Greece | Photo: Picture-alliance/AA/A.Hudaverdi Yaman
Many migrants have been separated from their close family members during their migration | Photo: Picture-alliance/Zuma Press/London News Pictures/P. Hackett
Afghanistan has accused German authorities of conducting too many deportations (File photo) | Photo: picture-alliance/spa/D. Maurer
Germany hopes to attract workers in positions that are proving to be difficult to fill | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
People hold placards during a protest against honor killings in Islamabad, Pakistan | Photo: EPA/T. Mughal
Migrants after their disembarkation in Malaga, Spain | Photo: Imago Images
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
Authorities in Germany collect biometric data from migrants and refugees in order to identify them better in future | Photo: Getty Images/S. Gallup
Refugees at the Moria hotspot on Lesbos, Greece waiting to be transferred to the Greek mainland and beyond | Photo: EPA/STRATIS BALASKAS
An Italian police officer from the Squadra Mobile | Photo: ANSA
Gunnar Stalsett, former General Secretary of the Lutheran World Federation and former bishop of Oslo on August 19, 2019 | Photo: imago images/epd-bild/Norbert Neetz
A Somali woman at an arrival center in Hessen in 2016. Asylum seekers sometimes have to wait a long time for an interview.