European Union members legally obliged to join Schengen at a future date
Immigration of non-EU nationals (green), asylum applicants (orange) and illegal border-crossings (blue) in the European Union, 2010–2014
Top ten countries of origin (red) and asylum (green) of refugees worldwide at the end of 2014, according to UNHCR data (excluding Palestine refugees under UNRWA mandate).
Greek, Turkish, and Bulgarian borders and the course of the Maritsa River
Mediterranean sea arrivals to Greece (green) and Italy (orange) from January to December 2015, according to UNHCR data.
Total monthly Mediterranean Sea arrivals in the EU, 2014-2016, according to UNHCR's data
Asylum applicants in EU and EFTA states, January–December 2015. The height of the bars indicates the number of asylum applicants per country. Colours indicate the percentage of asylum applicants in relation to the population.
Number of first time asylum applications received by the top ten recipients in the EU-28, January–December 2015. The top ten recipients account for more than 90% of the total asylum applications received in the EU-28.
Countries of origin of asylum applicants in the EU and EFTA States between 1 January and 30 June 2015
Nationalities of the Mediterranean sea arrivals to Greece and Italy in 2015, according to UNHCR data
Migrants along the Balkan route crossing from Serbia into Hungary, 24 August 2015
'Syrian Refugees Welcome' rally in Vienna, 31 August 2015
Syrian refugees hosted in some Middle East countries (Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt); only a small fraction of all Syrian refugees have been resettled anywhere in the world. Data as of August 2015.
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