The Syrian refugee crisis is the largest in the world, and doesn’t look to be ending anytime soon. Lebanon and Jordan have closed their borders, as they’re beyond capacity to deal with refugees. Turkey may soon follow suit. The UN doesn’t have enough money even for the existing refugee population, and so there is a huge lack of food aid.
For those lucky to get out of the Middle East altogether, where is there room to go? This article looks at the situation in Germany, where Germany is one of many European countries struggling with immigration problems already.