Rüdiger Wettstädt from the eastern German town of Pritzwalk is very busy man. He runs and Internet shop and a kiosk, and also works as a private detective, a DJ and a real estate broker. We visited him to find out: where does he ever get the time?
A fresh study has revealed that a large number of employers in the United Kingdom are not really aware of the government's planned overhaul of immigration rules. They believe there will be little change.
Berlin reportedly plans to cut funding for its "one-euro job" employment scheme for refugees. The Institute for Labor Market estimates meanwhile that 50 percent of refugees will be employed within five years of arrival.
Even after some 200,000 people took to the streets, French PM Philippe said the government will push ahead with reforms the "French people asked for." The proposed changes were part of what got President Macron elected.
It's been over a week since hurricane Irma ripped through the Caribbean - but for paradise islands overwhelmingly dependent on the tourist trade, the damage is far from over.
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