Emdadullah Mohamand fled from the Taliban in Afghanistan five years ago. Still waiting for his case to be processed in Germany, he has been spending his time volunteering with a relief organization.
Locals lost faith in Germany's federal authorities when tens of thousands of refugees entered Bavaria in the summer of 2015. Now the southern state plans to reinstate its border guard.
Without a dildo, but with a condom: This is sex education for refugees, conducted by refugees. DW’s Astrid Prange reports from Zirndorf on how AIDS and HIV are discussed in Germany’s asylum-seeker reception facilities.
The small, economically depressed town of Pirmasens saw more than 1,000 refugees move into its many empty apartments. But opposition politicians argue that only looking at one town's plight is not enough.
The non-profit in the city of Essen has found itself at the center of a national debate about xenophobia. The manager of the food bank worries that his volunteers will be too scared to show up to work.
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