HEIDENAU, GERMANY - AUGUST 26:  German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C), flanked by Heidenau Mayor Juergen Opitz (C-L) and Saxony Governor Stanislaw Tillich (C-R), arrives to speak to the media after spending over an hour visiting the aslyum shelter that was the focus of recent violent protests on August 26, 2015 in Heidenau, Germany. Onlookers booed as she arrived and right-wing demonstrators clashed violently with police last weekend near the shelter. This is Merkel's first visit to a shelter for migrants seeking asylum in Germany. Germany is expecting to receive at least 800,000 migrants and refugees this year and is struggling to house them and process their asylum applications.  (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

HEIDENAU, GERMANY – AUGUST 26: German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C), flanked by Heidenau Mayor Juergen Opitz (C-L) and Saxony Governor Stanislaw Tillich (C-R), arrives to speak to the media after spending over an hour visiting the aslyum shelter that was the focus of recent violent protests on August 26, 2015 in Heidenau, Germany. Onlookers booed as she arrived and right-wing demonstrators clashed violently with police last weekend near the shelter. This is Merkel’s first visit to a shelter for migrants seeking asylum in Germany. Germany is expecting to receive at least 800,000 migrants and refugees this year and is struggling to house them and process their asylum applications. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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