Why don’t refugees in Europe stay in their first country of arrival? | Explainers

The European Union’s Dublin regulation places responsibility for refugees on the first member state in which they arrive.
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But with the huge wave of arrivals in recent months, the system has begun to break down and has placed a huge strain too on the Schengen agreement of passport-free internal EU travel.

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