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Benefits and setbacks of Syrian refugees in Germany

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Young Syrian immigrants hold up a peace sign.
January 19, 2017

In September of 2015, Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel invited Syrian refugees to seek asylum in Germany. By late 2016, nearly 600,000 of these refugees had entered Germany to escape the Civil War...

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