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Up to half of all refugees and migrants in Germany are assumed to suffer the consequences of trauma | COPYRIGHT: picture-alliance/dpa/N. Armer
From file: A detention center in Tripoli | Photo: Florian Gaertner
Migrants in Bosnia, on the way to the Croatian border | Photo: DW/A.Kamber

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Migrants and people  in precarious situations participated in a rights march in November 2017 in Naples | Photo: ANSA/Ciro Fusco
Wives of Islamic state fighters (IS) walk with their children upon their deportation from the al-Hol camp for refugees in al-Hasakah governorate in northeastern Syria on June 3, 2019. EPA/AHMED MARDNLI
Paris police escort migrants during a protest of undocumented migrants for their right to remain, July 12, 2019 | Photo: REUTERS, Charles Platiau

Understanding Europe

Support for Germany's right-wing party in Parliament has grown since it was founded in 2013 | Photo: Reuters/Michaela Rehle
An office of Poste italiane in Naples | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/CIRO FUSCO
The German parliament on Friday approved new rules to facilitate tougher implementation of deportation rules | Photo: Imago/Rainer Weisflog

The European Union

Migration numbers Relocation in 2015
Salem, an Eritrean relocated from Italy to Portugal