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Syrian Refugees Blame Bureaucracy for Germany’s Crowded Camps

Before fleeing his home in Syria for Europe, 22-year-old Abdullah was a chef, making Arabic, European and Asian cuisine.     Since he arrived in Germany in early August, he has done nothing but wait in this isolated eastern German refugee camp — a converted gym surrounded by thick forest.      Abdullah won't be interviewed until April to determine his legal status. He expects to be granted asylum because he is Syrian.     “This guy,” said...

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