BERLIN — Asylum papers in hand, Raz Mohammad Aryubi explained how he arrived in Austria from his native Afghanistan in spring 2014, and how, at 21, he is now studying for an M.B.A. at the University of Vienna. But his feeling of security in the country he wishes to make his home evaporated, he said, when he saw what had happened in Paris.
“When I heard about Paris, I was crying,” Mr. Aryubi said. “Why? This was happening in Afghanistan.”
He expressed surprise that this could happen even in the European Union. “I want to be safe,” he said, “but if this happens here, where do I go? Right now, I think of my future and I’m scared.”
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