The measures also include extending family reunification among refugees from one year to three years.
The U.N. said Denmark's plan could fuel fear and xenophobia.
Only a year go, the EU rejected nearly 70,000 out of 626,065 asylum applications.
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Germany expects 970,000 refugees to arrive by the end of 2015.
Few refugee shelters in Europe have as much history as Tempelhof Airport, which recently opened hangars to more than 2,000 asylum seekers.
The revelation comes as many areas in Germany face snowfall and icy conditions
The organization tells Newsweek that the move "is either completely idiotic or very very cynical."
115 refugees landed at British military bases on the Mediterranean island and now face an ultimatum.
Despite the dangers of the European winter, refugees are still coming, and many will die.
European Parliament passes resolution calling on member states to recognize the former NSA contractor as a whistleblower.
Republicans are more worried than Democrats about jihadists entering among legitimate refugees.
Countries of Central Europe and the Baltics can turn the refugee crisis into an opportunity.
The new reports says that the educational levels of refugees will leave them "poorly prepared" for workforce.
They need peacekeepers to protect safe havens, more aid and an end to the Syrian civil war.
"I don't know what I will do," said 40-year-old Riad from Aleppo in Syria. "I will wait to see. We have lost everything to reach this point."
Displaced Syrians recognize that hospitality for them in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey has maxed out.
Germany is expecting to process 800,000 asylum applications this year.
Meanwhile, Israel debates its response to refugee crisis.
Driven by history and economic necessity, she has shown compassion, crucial leadership.
"It was just such a horrible situation in Hungary."
A federal court's decision could set precedent for asylum-seeking transgender immigrants.
The petition has surpassed 100,000 signatures meaning the U.K. government must issue a response to it.
Police said they were "overwhelmed" with support from locals offering help and support to those arriving in the city.
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The program hopes to assist some of the 200,000 refugees currently applying for asylum in Germany.