The new Shell study says young Germans are more willing to accept refugees and migrants into society than was the case a decade ago. That's good news, because young people play a key role in helping refugees adjust to life in Germany.
A prominent US think tank has projected that Muslims' share of the population in Europe will rise. Excluding migration, the researchers expect Muslims to make up 7.4 percent of Europe's population by mid-century.
A study has found that the number of refugees whose loved ones may join them in Germany is much lower than government estimates. The figures potentially remove an obstacle for Chancellor Angela Merkel in coalition talks.
Austria's elections are in the homestretch. The topics of immigration, Islamization and refugees are dominating the campaign like never before – it has become a race between the right and the far-right.
Refugee family reunification in Germany was a major sticking point in preliminary coalition talks. DW explains how the process works – and why critics want to lift the current ban permanently.
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