In the summer of 2015, Ahmad made the dangerous crossing along the Balkan route from Syria to Germany. Now he’s waiting for his asylum application to be approved.
Most of the refugees arriving in Melilla, a Spanish exclave in Northern Africa, are Syrians, Yemenis and Algerians. But no blacks apply for asylum at the border. Why is that? Santiago Saez reports from Melilla.
You’ve read the headline and now you’re up in arms, aren’t you? Unfortunately, I, Krsto Lazarevic, am going to disappoint you. The majority of foreigners are absolutely okay.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced an unspecified international deal to expel some 40,000 African asylum seekers from the country. The Israeli Cabinet also voted to shut down a migration center.
At the heart of protracted coalition talks in Germany, refugee family reunification remains a major sticking point. DW explains how the process works – and why critics want to lift the current ban permanently.
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