This map highlights European countries that became refugee destinations for Ukrainians who fled from the Russo-Ukrainian war.
Here, we highlight countries that are magnets for immigration, such as UAE and Qatar, as well as nations with very few foreign born residents.
Each year, thousands of migrants take the journey along the Eastern Mediterranean to get to the EU. Some never make it to their destination.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has sparked the largest European refugee crisis since WWII. See where refugees are fleeing to on this map.
Immigrants account for 3.5% of the global population, but where are they more or less prevalent? This map shows immigration by country.
In 2016, there was a 28% increase in millionaire migrants - rich people that moved to new countries. Here's the countries that they fled, and re-located...
Germany's demographic cliff, and why Europe's largest economy could be destined to be the next Japan.
In the midst of its worst refugee crisis since World War II, we look at who accepts the most and least migrants in Europe.