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BAMBERG, GERMANY - OCTOBER 22: Refugees stand on a balcony at the repatriation facility 'Regierung von Oberfranken Ankunfts- und Rueckfuehrungseinrichtung II' for refugees of the Balkan States on October 22, 2015 in Bamberg, Germany. A new law that goes into effect November 1 will make it easier for German authorities to deport rejected asylum applicants from Balkan countries deemed as 'safe', including Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania. Germany is expecting to receive over one million asylum applicants this year and German Chancellor Angela Merkel has pressed for legislation to hasten the deportation of applicants with no chance of asylum approval. In turn the approval process for refugees from war-torn countries like Syria is to be sped up as well in order to facilityate their integration. (Photo by Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)

BAMBERG, GERMANY - OCTOBER 22:  Refugees stand on a balcony at the repatriation facility 'Regierung von Oberfranken Ankunfts- und Rueckfuehrungseinrichtung II' for refugees of the Balkan States on October 22, 2015 in Bamberg, Germany. A new law that goes into effect November 1 will make it easier for German authorities to deport rejected asylum applicants from Balkan countries deemed as 'safe', including Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania. Germany is expecting to receive over one million asylum applicants this year and German Chancellor Angela Merkel has pressed for legislation to hasten the deportation of applicants with no chance of asylum approval. In turn the approval process for refugees from war-torn countries like Syria is to be sped up as well in order to facilityate their integration. (Photo by Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)