Most Syrian refugees blame President Bashar al Assad for leaving their country - that's according to a new survey carried out in Germany. The survey also shows that very few refugees want to stay in Germany for the long term.
The US aims to deploy more American troops and set up safe zones in a new approach to Syria, experts told DW. But while the US focuses on jihadists, the fate of Bashar al-Assad might still prove crucial for peace.
Integrating refugees into the workforce has been a major challenge for the German government. But for one Syrian refugee, a trainee position at a renovation company could be the key to building a new life in Germany.
Over 1,000 fighters from Iran have fallen in Syria. Many of them were refugees from Afghanistan. They were persuaded to go to war for high wages and residence permits for their families.
The UN refugee agency UNHCR has said that more than 5 million people have fled Syria during its six-year conflict. It called on the international community to do more to help them.
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