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Refugees in Poland

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Poland: Thousands of nationalists rally against refugees in Warsaw

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Poland: Nationalists rally against refugees and migrants in Warsaw

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Majority of Poles opposed to refugee influx | DW News

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Clash of cultures as migrants arrive in Poland

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"We want to be part of the European family, but we want respect!" - Polish MP

Refugees in Poland are a relatively small group. Since 1989 the number of people applying for refugee status in Poland has risen from about 1,000 to 10,000 each year; about 1–2% of the applications are approved. The majority of applications are from citizens of the former Soviet Union.
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