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Article 27 October 2015
This is an interactive chart that shows the progress of European refugees.
The movement path of the actual refugees is represented by the point of moving with time,
If you click on a specific country, you can see the number and route of refugees in that country by color and movement.
Images embedded in the current article are interactive screenshots.
Visit the site and check it out and you will be amazed at the well-organized interactive charts.
Amazing data visualization of the scale of European refugees
Currently, Europe faces a refugee crisis. It was the largest refugee incident since World War Two, when 700,000 people fled to Europe in the Middle East, Asia, Africa and elsewhere.
The number of hundreds of thousands in a fast-paced wave is unbelievable.
As a result, many refugees have fallen into a situation in which they can not go astray due to the strengthening of the EU immigration control standards.
The French government has announced that it is considering sending refugees who have fled their country to other parts of the world.
Germany, on the other hand, is in the process of injecting border managers into Slovenia to manage and support large-scale influx of refugees.
And last Tuesday the 27th October, the European Union Commission Chairman Jean-Claude Juncker was referring to the EU Member States to the EU legislator, “When we jump, they move very floated gum,” he said.
He also asked more experts to help ensure that the applications for refugees arriving in Italy and Greece were smoothly and safeguarded.
The 19-year-old Afghan girl, Habibie, staying in the Croatian border, said:
“It’s not that hard for me. But for someone with family and friends, this situation will be so painful. “
Let’s look at the situation of the refugee crisis through the map.
Let’s look at some of the amazing visualizations made based on data from UNHCR and UNHCR.
It is not 100% accurate in terms of route and frequency, but you can see the asylum pattern in Europe from 2012 to the present.
Each moving point means 25 people. (50 on mobile)
Interactive maps can also be seen as moving through how refugees have changed in specific countries over time.
Only a handful of refugees can live in Europe.
According to UN surveys, half a million Syrian refugees have attempted asylum in Europe from April 2011 to September 2015.
This number is about the size of eight football stadiums when people are very dense.
Only a very small number of refugees can settle in Europe.
The UN has applied for 4 million Syrians as refugees to Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt and North Africa.
Most of them are staying at refugee camps near the border.
Likewise, if they are built up tightly, it is equivalent to 59 football stadiums.
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