Report: Some 1.09 million refugees registered in Germany in 2015

By REUTERS
December 30, 2015 17:06

 
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BERLIN - Germany will have registered about 1.09 million refugees by the end of the year, the Saechsische Zeitung daily reported on Wednesday, citing unpublished government statistics.

The number is in line with what was widely expected in Germany where local authorities are struggling to cope with the influx of people fleeing conflict in the Middle East and Africa.

No one at the Interior Ministry was immediately available to comment.

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