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NON, MERCI ! Pourquoi les réfugiés évitent la France

The former Jean-Quarré hotel school, in the 19th arrondisement of Paris has been occupied by asylum seekers since late July. Marie Magnin/IRIN
Alors que l’Allemagne s’attend à recevoir jusqu’à un million de demandeurs d’asile d’ici la fin 2015, la France se prépare à n’en accueillir que 65 000, soit autant que l’année dernière. Il y a quelques années seulement, la France faisait pourtant partie des pays d’Europe qui recevaient le plus de demandes d’asile, mais le manque de places d’hébergement et de soutien ainsi que les longs délais de traitement des demandes en ont fait un pays moins attractif pour de nombreux réfugiés. 
 
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