refugee crisis

From file: In 2015 Syrian regugees started coming to Germany in large numbers | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Hoppe
A handout photo made available by the UN World Food Programme (WFP) shows Ethiopian refugees who fled the conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray region posing for a photograph in Hamdayet Reception Center, in the border town of Hamdayet, Sudan, 17 November 2020 | Photo: EPA/LENI KINZLI
Migrants arriving in Passau, Germany, in November 2015 | Photo: Picture-alliance
Refugee in Berlin taking selfie with Angela Merkel in 2015 | Photo: Picutre-alliance/dpa/B.Jutrczenka
Migrants and refugees are feeling increasingly welcome in Germany | Photo: Imago
Asylum seekers continue to wait near the riverside of Tundzha on March 5, 2020 in Edirne, Turkey | Photo: Picture-alliance/AA/S.Coskun/A.H.Yaman
Representatives of seven cities signed the pact to create a network for migrant reception | Photo: AMREF PRESS OFFICE
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban | Photo: ANSA/Fabio Frustaci
German-Austrian border | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S. Hoppe
Syrian refugee child | Photo: Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach
Afghan refugees in Iran | Photo: Picture Alliance / Ton Koene
In 2015, Germany allowed nearly 900,000 migrants to enter the country | Photo: picture-alliance/T. Stravrakis
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