Jordan has taken in over 630,000 Syrian refugees. But citing the threat from "Islamic State" militants, Amman is taking greater precautions with whom it lets into the country. Our correspondent Tania Krämer was given access to a remote border camp.
Both President Steinmeier and King Abdullah II stopped short of declaring for one side in the controversy over Jerusalem's status. Steinmeier thanked Jordan for accepting hundreds of thousands of refugees from Syria.
Jordan said it would issue work permits to help Syrian refugees build lives. But advocates have been surprised by how hard it's been for the newcomers to land legal jobs - and they're not sure why, reports Bethan Staton.
In May 1948, Israel declared its independence. Palestinians such as Hafida Khatib refer to this moment as the "Nakba," or "catastrophe." With her family, Hafida fled to Lebanon — a country that has never felt like home.
Germany granted some 35,000 Eritrean refugees residence permits last year. This entitles them to bring their families over. But not all are successful. Daniel Pelz reports on the reasons for this.
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