Berlin authorities are expanding the refugee center at the former Tempelhof airport to house 7,000 refugees. The head of the accommodation facility, Knut Fischer, has a fight on his hands to make the old hangars suitable to live in.
Berlin's latest attraction, "Little Big City," shows a tiny version of the capital. In real life, Berlin is a lot tougher than the model, says DW columnist Gero Schliess.
Berlin authorities are expanding the refugee center at the former Tempelhof airport to house 7,000 refugees.
The Berlin government is hoping to close down the mass refugee shelter at Tempelhof airport - though only after another 2,000 people have moved there temporarily. Refugee helpers wonder if it will go according to plan.
Berlin's new BER airport has seen endless delays. It's already clear that little will happen before next year. DW's Janelle Dumalaon went to Berlin's "no-fly" zone to find out what on earth is going on there.
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