Our studio guest is Martin Krzywdzinski, a labor market researcher at the Social Science Research Center in Berlin. He speaks to us about why Germans tend to value job security, and the benefits of staying with an employer.
Some 477,000 refugees in 2015 applied for asylum in Germany - the highest number ever. But, thus far, the booming German labor market has been no use to them. They face many obstacles entering the labor market.
So far, the EU's Copernicus program has sent three Sentinel satellites to observe Earth - 1A, 2A and 3A. But they're just the first halves. Enter Sentinel-1B, and the first mission becomes whole.
In a split vote, the United Nations Security Council has extended its peacekeeping mission in disputed Western Sahara for a year. It has also demanded its staff, expelled by Morocco last month, be allowed to return.
Ohio's Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor says the state's pro-business policies, its good infrastructure and manufacturing heritage make it a good place to invest. DW spoke to her at the Hanover Trade Fair.
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