Influx from the Southeast German Cities Complain of High Immigration

Immigration to Germany from southeastern Europe has dramatically increased in recent years and the country's municipalities are struggling to absorb the influx. Now, German cities are taking a close look at the problem and may ask for help from Berlin or even the European Union.
Sinti and Roma camped in a Berlin park in 2011.

Sinti and Roma camped in a Berlin park in 2011.

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