When the colonial empires of European countries collapsed, five to seven million people left their homes in the former overseas territories and headed towards Europe. The majority of them were settlers of European origin, but many had never actually lived in Europe. This is the story of a forgotten migrant crisis.
Ten years ago, the uprising against the Assad dictatorship began in Syria. Since then, roughly half a million people have died, and half the population has been displaced. A review of events in ten graphics.