The increase in Syrian refugees in Turkey has led to the development of a lucrative trade in women. In their desperation, refugee families are selling their daughters to Turkish men. The young women are subject to abuse and discrimination.
In a nonbinding vote, the European Parliament has called for the suspension of EU accession talks with Turkey, citing violations of human rights and the rule of law. Turkey has rejected the vote as meaningless.
Donor pledges exceeded expectations at the 2019 conference in Brussels. But, with 12 million refugees across the region and Syria's conflict far from over, questions remain about how to deliver aid.
"Exile Is a Hard Job" is a spot-on title for the retrospective of Turkish artist Nil Yalter's oeuvre at Museum Ludwig in Cologne. For over 40 years, she has been exploring the situation of migrant workers.
Germany is taking in fewer and fewer Yazidi refugees, according to a German newspaper report. The religious minority was terrorized by the "Islamic State" during the militant group's campaign in Iraq and Syria.
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