Germany was once lauded as the European Union's most welcoming country when it came to receiving asylum-seekers and refugees. During the "migrant crisis" in 2015, the country took in more than a million asylum-seekers. But that reputation is fast fading as politicians from parties on both the left and the right propose measures to cut back on new arrivals. As The World's Europe correspondent Orla Barry reports, refugees living in Germany are noticing the change in attitude.
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