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Number of asylum seekers arriving in Germany slumped by two thirds last year following the closure of the Balkan route

MailOnline India Wednesday, 11 January 2017
Number of asylum seekers arriving in Germany slumped by two thirds last year following the closure of the Balkan routeGermany saw about 280,000 new asylum-seekers arrive last year, less than a third of the previous year's huge influx of 890,000, the interior ministry said on Wednesday (file photo).
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Germany took in 280,000 asylum seekers in 2016, about one third of the previous year's record figure, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere says.

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