Afghan Evacuees Highlight Dutch Housing Problem
HUIS TER HEIDE, NETHERLANDS - JANUARY 12: An Afghan family in their room at defence terrain Huis ter Heide that has been equipped as emergency accommodations on January 12, 2022 in Huis ter Heide, Netherlands. As of August, the Netherlands has accepted approximately 2,200 Afghans refugees who had applied for asylum. Housing the newly arrived has proven difficult in a country struggling to house the entire population. In order for the Netherlands to have enough housing for its growing population, 845,000 homes need to be built by 2030, according to a governmental report. (Photo by Sanne Derks/Getty Images)
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