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It began in July 2015 when it became known that Ai Weiwei had got his passport back and would be moving from Beijing to Berlin...
The story of a 14-year-old who had to change schools to escape anti-Semitism is making headlines in Germany. The boy's tormentors were of Arab and Turkish descent - making the news even more explosive.
Despite enduring memories of the Holocaust and fears of a brain drain, Israeli artists continue to move to Berlin. Events like the ID Festival reveal how the city helps them forge identities in an unlikely place.
Around 17 million people worldwide are "undesirables:" displaced persons, refugees and migrants living on the margins of nation states.
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