Children take donated soft toys at a first admission refugee facility of Labour Welfare Services AWO in Berlin's Gatow district, Germany Aug. 6, 2015. (AP/Gero Breloer)
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The burning newspapers placed outside the home of five asylum seekers in Brandenburg an der Havel, a small town near Berlin, prompted a swift response.It happened the week authorities revealed a sharp rise in the number of crimes against asylum seekers or refugee homes during the first half of the year. In recent months, Germans have flocked to join welcome committees for asylum seekers.Launched at the end of July, the site already has over 1,000 refugees and 450 employers.Most Germans have been openly supportive of refugees.For now, most refugees appear to feel secure in Germany.
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