How is Europe to deal with the rapidly rising numbers of refugees? Does Germany need a master plan for migrants? Deutsche Welle talks to Aydan Özoguz, commissioner for immigration and refugees of the German government.
Nineteen people have arrived in Kabul after being deported from Germany. Protesters gathered at Düsseldorf airport before their departure to highlight that Afghanistan is not safe.
The Social Democrats want to negotiate over fixed-term contracts, refugee family reunion and Germany's two-tier health care systems in upcoming coalition talks. Without progress, a new government could be in jeopardy.
Towns should not have to decide whether "to integrate refugees or renovate their swimming pool," said Deputy Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel. Otherwise, he said, using resources to help refugees could foster resentment.
Parliamentarians are grappling with a new law to reunite families with migrants who have fled dire circumstances, but who don't have refugee status. Both the left and the right have concerns about its implementation.
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