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Migrant crisis worries Germans


Germany has witnessed the arrival of over 200,000 migrants in 2015 and this is having adverse effect on her citizens.  Most of the refugees from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan have invaded the small peaceful towns and the residents are worried.

In Lebach town situated in the hills south of Luxembourg is a refugee camp run by the government with about 3,000 men, women and children who believe they are lucky to be there.  They are provided with bags of food twice a week, charities give them clothes and each of them collects an amount equivalent to £100 monthly.  The German government provides all these for the migrants who communicate with friends through WhatsApp.

All the refugees have permission to stay and work in Germany even as the popularity rating of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel has slumped in the last few months.

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