Around 85,000 disabled Germans have court-appointed legal guardians - and are thus disqualified from voting in German elections. Some believe this contravenes human rights law and are now taking legal action against it.
On today's programme: The EU remains firm on its stance on Jerusalem - Which way will Catalonia vote in the upcoming election? - France introduces drones to catch dangerous drivers - A hitch for gay marriage in Greece - Homelessness in Germany - The Iraqi refugee who doesn’t want to leave Serbia - Migrants adapt to Glaswegian life – Looking for work on the Bus to Go.
Homelessness in Germany, we hear from the victims+++France introduces drones to catch dangerous drivers+++And EU governments are accused of supporting migrants abuse in Libya.
Serbia is a key country along the so-called Balkan migrant route. About one million migrants passed through Serbia during the big refugee influx that began in 2015. Most were trying to get to Germany and almost none wanted to stay in Serbia. But Safaa Alobaidi, a refugee from Iraq, has a very different story – he arrived in Serbia a decade ago and doesn't want to leave. Nemanja Rujević reports.
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