Hundreds of thousands of refugees use Turkey as a gateway to Europe. Some 3 million people, mostly from Syria, but also from Iraq and Afghanistan, are stuck here. In the town of Kilis on Turkey's southern border, Syrians now outnumber Turks.
When hundreds of thousands of refugees made their way into Europe in August and September 2015, German Chancellor Angela Merkel decided to engage in an open-door policy toward the newcomers. What's happened since then?
Once again, riots broke out at the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos this week. Local politicians and migration experts are striving for solutions.
Worried about the refugee crisis? In Germany, there's a number you can call about that. A look at the man behind the hotline and the people who call in.
Images of the refugee crisis overwhelmed Germany when 1.2 million people came to the country in 2015 and 2016. But how are these refugees today? DW takes a closer look in our series "Life as a newcomer."
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