In this Sept. 15, 2015 photo, Susie Symes, Chair of Trustees of Britain's museum of immigration and diversity poses for a photograph at the museum in a Georgian house built in 1719 on Princelet Street in Spitalfields, London. Europe is a tapestry of migrants assimilated into the fabric of the region over centuries, a process which has broadly accepted outsiders of every religion and creed into the European family, a process which will continue with migrants as would-be Europeans arriving now, says Columbia University sociologist Saskia Sassen. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) *No Sales - No Archives*

Europe’s story: Layers of migration

LONDON (AP) — London’s Brick Lane Mosque started as a church for Protestants hounded from Catholic France — for whom the word “refugee” was …