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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More than a million refugees crowded into Europe last year, and Germany made a deal with Turkey to help reduce the flow.

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.

Refugee Crossing Approaches One Million for 2015

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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