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Germany struggles to cope with the influx of refugees

Germany takes in more asylum seekers than any other EU country - at a time when net immigration is also at a 20 year high.

After a series of crisis meetings the government says other member states must take more responsibility for the problem.

So what has the influx of refugees meant for Germany?

Jenny Hill reports from Munich.

  • 09 Dec 2014
  • From the section Europe
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