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BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany spent a record 23 billion euros ($25.65 billion) last year on helping to integrate more than one million refugees and fighting the root causes of migration abroad, a government document seen by Reuters showed on Monday. FILE PHOTO: Qudratullah Hotak, a 25-year-old refugee from Afghanistan and one of 24 trainees of Ford Germany's so-called Equipment Qualification (EQ) program to integrate migrants in a booming labour market, is pictured among German trainees at the training workshop of Ford Motor Co in Cologne, Germany, January 11, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay. That marks an increase of nearly 11 percent on the 20.8 billion euros that Germany spent in the previou... Full story

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