Germany, Hamburg, refugees, senior home Germany Hamburg Refugees News

Hamburg plans to accommodate 100 migrants in retirement home

Officials in the city of Hamburg have revealed their intention to accommodate approximately 100 refugees in a local senior citizens’ home, local media reports. As Germany accepts ever more migrants, local governments are struggling to find locations to house them. In some cases, they have even evicted elderly citizens to make room for migrants. The […]
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Czech Republic migration Refugees Commentary
3 YEARS AGOCzech Republic migration Refugees Commentary

Hundreds of thousands of refugees on welfare

The Institute for Employment Research (IAB) says the German economy is ready to create 650,000 new jobs this year, of which around 100,000 will be given to people who have come to the country as refugees. Deutsche Welle points out that the number of non-EU migrants receiving support is still disproportionately large.

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