Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Inside Germany’s biggest refugee camp in disused Tempelhof Airport developed by Nazis and housing 13,000 migrants which cops raided in hunt for Berlin terror suspect

Inside Germany’s biggest refugee camp in disused Tempelhof Airport developed by Nazis and housing 13,000 migrants which cops raided in hunt for Berlin terror suspect: The former travel hub, which was built in 1923 and developed by the Nazis, houses around 13,000 migrants waiting for permanent accommodation.

Rows and rows of temporary box rooms line the corridors with as many as 12 people sharing a 270 square foot cabin.

While Tempelhof’s occupants are only meant to stay for around six weeks, many refugees have been there for over six months due to a lack of housing.

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