Germany: Migrants receive 10-room house while the country has 860,000 homeless

A family reunification took place near the town of Oberndorf in Germany. Syrians Yahya Aljenid, Lamyaa Abo Ajoz and their five children received a new home after living a while in two separate apartments. The family is very happy with their new home. The house has eight bedrooms, with a separate bathroom, dining room, a kitchen and a cellar. In German media the family say “they could only dream about that”. The migrant crisis has caused a serious housing problem for Germany. The country has a record number of 860,000 homeless and a lot of native Germans are sleeping on the streets. With migrant family reunifications from Greece to continue, Germany’s housing crisis won’t be solved easily.

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