The top 10 U.K. cities with the highest percentage of residents who identify as black, white or Asian are all in the U.N. refugee agency’s 2017 diversity index.
In all, the U-N says, 6,744 refugees were resettled in the UK between Jan. 1, 2017, and Aug. 31, 2018.
The city with the second-highest percentage of African-American residents is in Birmingham, Alabama, where there are more than 4,000.
In total, Birmingham is home to more than 3,000 refugees from the U,N., according to the U.-N.
The U.F.O. said it was the country’s largest refugee resettlement area, but it did not provide figures for African-Americans.
London is home of more than a million refugees from countries around the world, and in the last decade, it has resettles about 100,000 people.
Paris is home only to about 200 refugees from Africa, while Cairo is home exclusively to Arab immigrants.
Some European countries, including Germany, have been struggling with the influx of people fleeing conflict and conflict-related refugees, including ISIS-linked jihadists.
U.G.N.’s U.B.C. and U.T.S.-based research institute said the U.’s largest cities with high concentrations of refugees are the ones in the North and East.
Birmingham has the highest concentration of refugees at 11.4 percent.
The top five cities with a high percentage of Asian-Americans in the city are Shanghai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Beijing.
In the North, New Delhi has the most refugees at 2.8 percent, followed by Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mumbai.
In comparison, New York City, the United Kingdom’s most populous city, has about 4,400 refugees.