Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
Germany is taking in large numbers of refugees. Taking care of them costs money, but not anywhere near as much as some people think, given Germany's huge overall budget. DW looks at the numbers.
After the drowning of two children in the Aegean between Turkey and Kos, European commissioners have visited the Greek island. Conditions for refugees must urgently be improved, they said. Bernd Riegert reports from Kos.
Fresh data on the German labor market have shown the number of people looking for a job in Europe's powerhouse economy has gone up marginally. But experts say it's a seasonal effect not to be worried about.
Thousands of migrants who have reached Hungary still hope to be able to travel on. The wait might be in vain. Arpad Szoczi reports from Budapest.