November 3, 2017
A new report reveals Germany is struggling to keep track of all the refugees its letting in after doubling its admittance of asylum seekers over the past two years.
According to new government figures, by the end of 2016 Germany saw a total of 1.6 million people seeking asylum with over half being men.
This number is more than double of what it was in 2014.
In addition reports indicate that up to 30,000 migrants who had their asylum request denied and were supposed to be deported disappeared off the government’s radar.
The new numbers come out as parliament talked over immigration reform were delayed on Thursday.