immigration to europe

Greek Minister for Migration and Asylum Notis Mitarachi has accused Turkey of violently forcing asylum seekers to cross the Greek border and has said Greece will further step up security in the Evros region in response | Photo: Arafatul Islam/DW
Specialists leaving their home countries leave a gap — but it's far more complex than that | Photo: Getty Images via DW
From file: Lagos, Nigeria | Photo: Reuters/Greg Ewing
Brothers of Italy party leader Giorgia Meloni, interviewed by Tg2 director Gennaro Sangiuliano in Marina di Pietrasanta, August 4, 2022 | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/RICCARDO DALLE LUCHE
Care worker Fatima from Morocco has lived in limbo in Germany for seven years | Photo: Ben Knight / DW
Toure is hardly visible among the bouquets after being sworn in as state minister | Photo: Marcus Brandt/dpa/picture-alliance
'Tales from the Border' - a Podcast in English by InfoMigrants | Credit: InfoMigrants
Almost one half of people with migrant background spoke mostly or exclusively German at home | Photo: Julian Stratenschulte/dpa/picture-alliance
Despite the challenges of COVID, Germany remained the number one country for migrants within Europe | Photo: Imago
'Tales from the Border' - a Podcast in English by InfoMigrants | Credit: InfoMigrants
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko | Photo: EPA
The EU could see a surge in more migrants arriving as the pandemic gradually ebbs away | Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi/Reuters