refugees in germany

The German Office for Migration and Refugees has some hefty bills to pay | Photo: picture-alliance/Geisler-Fotopress
Anas Alturkey feels he can relate to people who are forced to start all over | Photo: Anas Alturkey's public Facebook profile
A plane carrying people who have been evacuated from Afghanistan arrives in Paris in September 2021 | Photo: REUTERS/Sarah Meyssonnier
Germany has taken in some 320,000 refugees from Ukraine, according to recent figures | Photo: Hannibal Hanschke/Getty Images
Germany has registered around 316,000 Ukrainian refugees so far | Photo: Moritz Frankenberg / dpa / picture alliance
Refugees from Ukraine at Tegel airport in Berlin | Photo: Steffi Loos/AP/Picture-alliance
Some Afghans are expected to still have to wait at Ramstein for weeks, as the evacuation operation continues in stages | Photo: picture-alliance/ASSOCIATED PRESS/Mathias Schrader
Hanover has become a central point for refugees from Ukraine | Photo: Ole Spata/picture-alliance
From file: Many Ukrainians have made their way to Germany, such as this group waiting to enter their new home in Cologne | Photo: Henning Kaiser/dpa/picture-alliance
Around 15,000 Ukrainian refugees arrive daily in Berlin | Photo: Michael Kuenne/PRESSCOV/Zuma/picture-alliance
Berlin is often the first stop for Ukrainains coming via Poland | Photo: Picture-alliance
Signs at a makeshift welcome area for refugees who fled Ukraine inside Berlin's main train station on March 7, 2022 | Photo: Benjamin Bathke/InfoMigrants