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Germany faces housing conundrum for asylum seekers

By: Anne MAILLIET | Jessica SALTZ
1 min

Germany receives the biggest number of asylum applications in Europe, and finding accommodation for all of these people is proving difficult. With state reception centres full, disused industrial sites and barracks have been converted into temporary housing. But some Germans are welcoming asylum seekers into their own homes. Our correspondents tell us more.


Programme prepared by Yong Chim and Elom Toble

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