Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
Robust growth in some eurozone countries supported the 19-member currency bloc's recovery in the first quarter, driving down rampant unemployment. But a further drop in inflation shows that the upswing remains fragile.
Joblessness in the euro currency area fell slightly in February as growth remained tepid. The sovereign debt crisis is still hampering job creation in Greece and Spain, while the German labor market continues to shine.
On this week's Conflict Zone, Cem Özdemir, co-leader of the Green Party in Germany, discusses Angela Merkel's open door migrant policy and why he believes her refugee deal with Turkey was a mistake.
Many migrants who reach Germany find it difficult to navigate the country's bureaucracy and start living a normal life. But a new organization is helping migrants find a friend who can help them settle in.
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