Joel Millman

International Organization for Migration

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Senior Media and Communications Officer for the International Organization for Migration, an intergovernmental migrant aid organization based in Geneva, Switzerland

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Is the US Taking its Fair Share of International Refugees?

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More than a million refugees will arrive in Europe this year. That's five times more than in 2014. It was predicted that winter weather might stem the flow, but that hasn't happened.

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More than a million refugees will arrive in Europe this year. That's five times more than in 2014. It was predicted that winter weather might stem the flow, but that hasn't happened.

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Germany now says it expects a million migrants this year — 200,000 more than estimated before.

EU Holds Emergency Meeting on Refugee Crisis

Germany now says it expects a million migrants this year — 200,000 more than estimated before.

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