Mohammad Dalloua is one of more than a million refugees who came to Germany in 2015. We met him in September, before he left Jordan where he was in exile. Now he’s safe in Germany and hopes for a new beginning.
Sweden's immigration authorities have called for the deportation of a 106-year-old Afghan woman. Bibihal Uzbeki had a stroke after she heard her asylum bid had been denied.
The EU's executive has unveiled plans to resettle at least 50,000 refugees, focusing on people from northern Africa, to bypass smugglers. Europe is struggling to distribute thousands of migrants already in the bloc.
German authorities now have the legal right to analyze asylum seekers' smartphone data as a means of determining their identity and country of origin. It is a step long past due, writes Christoph Hasselbach.
Such a display of unity is quite rare. European and African leaders attending a summit in Paris agreed that migration must be stopped - if the price is right, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
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