Many children are among hundreds of refugees waiting in the courtyard of the Berlin Office for Health and Social Affairs on Sept. 3, 2015. They are waiting on appointments that will lead to assignments to their new, temporary homes, in Germany. In all, Germany is expecting 800,000 to a million refugees this year, and thus far has accepted about half the asylum requests it has received.
Many children are among hundreds of refugees waiting in the courtyard of the Berlin Office for Health and Social Affairs on Sept. 3, 2015. They are waiting on appointments that will lead to assignments to their new, temporary homes, in Germany. In all, Germany is expecting 800,000 to a million refugees this year, and thus far has accepted about half the asylum requests it has received. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy
Many children are among hundreds of refugees waiting in the courtyard of the Berlin Office for Health and Social Affairs on Sept. 3, 2015. They are waiting on appointments that will lead to assignments to their new, temporary homes, in Germany. In all, Germany is expecting 800,000 to a million refugees this year, and thus far has accepted about half the asylum requests it has received. Claudia Himmelreich McClatchy

In Germany, a welcome for refugees who would rather be safe at home

September 03, 2015 02:09 PM

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