Migrants walk near a border between Serbia and Croatia, near the village of Berkasovo, Serbia, October 22, 2015. Many migrants from the Middle East, Asia, and Africa expressed disappointment and bewilderment because they'd been told when they began their journeys in Turkey that the hard part would end once they reached EU countries like Croatia and Slovenia.
Venezuelan citizens wait to receive temporary residence status at the immigration office in Lima, Peru, August 21, 2018. According to the UN, 2.3 million Venezuelans have fled since 2014 as their country reels from hyperinflation and severe shortages of everything from food to paper for passports.
Men play soccer in front of residential houses at the Sumte refugee shelter in Sumte, Amt Neuhaus, Germany, May 2, 2016. The village of 102 people housed up to 1,000 migrants. Six months after the first arrivals, not only have fears of violence and overtaxed utilities not materialized, but the shelter has brought benefits including dozens of jobs to the village and the isolated rural region of northern Germany where it is located.
The original caption for this photo, taken in Weimar Germany during the Great Depression, reads: "When night comes! Picture taken in the municipal refuge for the homeless. View of one of the dormitories which can house up to 100 people."
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