Goslar Mayor Welcomes Migrants Despite Critics
GOSLAR, GERMANY - AUGUST 29: Supporters of the far-right "Die Rechte" political party gather to protest against the welcome policy towards foreign migrants of Goslar town Mayor Oliver Junk on August 29, 2015 in Goslar, Germany. Junk has been outspoken in seeing foreign migrants and refugees seeking asylum and a better future for themselves in Germany as an opportunity for Goslar, which is otherwise losing an average of 2,000 residents a year due to demographics and Germany's low birth rate. So far 200 migrants now live in Goslar as well as another 1,000 in nearby communities. Germany is expecting to absorb a record number of 800,000 asylum-seekers this year and the country is struggling to cope with the daily influx. (Photo by Nigel Treblin/Getty Images)
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