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ວິກິດການ ອົບພະຍົບ ຢູໂຣບ 13 ກັນຍາ 2015

In pictureL A look at Europe's migrant crisis
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Migrants arrive at the main railway station in Munich, Germany, Sep. 13, 2015. Germany is expecting to take in around 800,000 refugees this year and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said that the country expected to receive 40,000 migrants this weekend.
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Migrants arrive at the main railway station in Munich, Germany, Sep. 13, 2015. Germany is expecting to take in around 800,000 refugees this year and Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said that the country expected to receive 40,000 migrants this weekend.

Migrants sleep in the hall of main railway station in Munich. Refugees continued to stream into Germany, favored for its generous welfare system and relatively liberal asylum laws. At Munich's main train station around 9,200 arrived by early evening.
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Migrants sleep in the hall of main railway station in Munich. Refugees continued to stream into Germany, favored for its generous welfare system and relatively liberal asylum laws. At Munich's main train station around 9,200 arrived by early evening.

Migrants enter a regional train at the main railway station in Munich.
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Migrants enter a regional train at the main railway station in Munich.

Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees and others are still making their way slowly across Europe, seeking shelter where they can, taking a bus or a train where one is available, walking where it isn't. ​People sleep inside a greenhouse at a makeshift camp for asylum seekers near Roszke, southern Hungary.
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Hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees and others are still making their way slowly across Europe, seeking shelter where they can, taking a bus or a train where one is available, walking where it isn't. ​People sleep inside a greenhouse at a makeshift camp for asylum seekers near Roszke, southern Hungary.

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