Syrian refugees living in Germany say they're relieved that their lives are no longer in danger, but their thoughts remain firmly focused on the fighting in their homeland.
The number of first-time asylum applications in the European Union has fallen to 580,845, Eurostat has reported. At the height of the migrant movements into Europe in 2015, asylum applications exceeded 1.2 million.
Diana Namusoke and Success Johnson fled violence and discrimination back home in Africa, only to be caught up in Germany's messy asylum system. Luisa Rollenhagen reports from Berlin.
Donor pledges exceeded expectations at the 2019 conference in Brussels. But, with 12 million refugees across the region and Syria's conflict far from over, questions remain about how to deliver aid.
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