Europe migrant crisis: Are you affected?

Migrants on the island of Lesbos. Photo: 7 September 2015 Image copyright AFP

The EU admits that its asylum procedures are inadequate, faced with the biggest influx of migrants since the Balkan wars of the 1990s.

According to figures from the UNHCR, Germany continues to be the most popular destination for migrants arriving in Europe. It has received the highest number of asylum applications, with more than 188,000 by the end of July 2015 - 15,416 more than in the whole of 2014.

The conflict in Syria continues to be by far the biggest driver of the migration. But the ongoing violence in Afghanistan, abuses in Eritrea, as well as poverty in Kosovo are also leading people to look for new lives elsewhere.

Are you a refugee or migrant in Europe? Have you been involved in resettling Syrians in your community? You can share your experiences by emailing with your stories.

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