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The number of Venezuelan asylum in Europe has reportedly doubled in the past year
A growing number of migrants have made their way to the Greek Islands from Turkey in recent months | COPYRIGHT: DW/F. Schmitz
The numbers of asylum seekers across Europe were down in 2018 compared to previous years | Photo: DW Diego Cupolo
Children sit in their containers in the Identification Center of Moria, Lesvos island, Greece, 23 September 2018. | Credit: EPA/PANAGIOTIS BALASKAS
Arrival of 147 asylum seekers from Misurata (Libya) thanks to a humanitarian corridor at the Pratica di Mare military airport, near Rome, Italy, 29 April 2019. | Credit: ANSA/ALESSANDRO DI MEO
Image of a Facebook user | Photo: Reuters
Italian doctor Pietro Bartolo, the so-called 'migrant doctor' on Lampedusa, checks a migrant woman after a boat of the Italian coast guard full of migrants reached the island on October 2018 |  Photo: ANSA/ELIO DESIDERIO
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini | Credit: ANSA
Earning citizenship makes working and living in Europe much easier | Credit: Picture alliance/dpa/B. Fishman
The ship Mare Jonio from the NGO "Mediterranea Saving Humans" in the port of Palermo. | Photo: ANSA/IGOR PETYX
Migrants along the Hungarian-Serbian border | Photo: Getty Images/AFP/C.Segesvari
The refugee camp on Samos island is severely overcrowded | Photo: Jannis Papdimitriou