Rooftop view of Abensberg
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Migrant crisis: How one German town is coping with its migrants

Germany has played a leading role in the migrant crisis, with officials claiming the country has received more than one million asylum applications in 2015.

The Bavarian town of Abensberg has a population of 14,000 and is now home to 200 refugees - and counting.

So what changes are being made on the ground to accommodate the new arrivals?

Jenny Hill reports from Abensberg.

  • 30 Dec 2015
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