Over one million people moved into Germany during 2012, in the largest migratory flow into the country since 1995, figures from the German Federal Statistics office revealed.
This has been mainly due to an influx from southern European countries, who have been badly affected by lingering high unemployment and low economic growth, in a protracted recovery from recession.
From Spain just over 9,000 have moved in to Germany, a 45% increase from 2011, slightly larger tha...
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