As the debate rages over what to do about Europe's growing number of migrants.
Many employers say taking more refugees could fill gaps in the labor market created by Europe's aging population.
A study has found that migrant labor from within the European Union will fall short of the economy's needs. To plug the gap, Germany will need 146,000 workers per year from non-EU countries.
People from Germany's list of "safe" countries rarely have the right to asylum. DW looks at what the list means with regard to asylum law in Germany and why some view parts of it with skepticism.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said his job was "to ensure that the boats don't come." The announcement was made after parliament passed a bill to allow asylum seekers access to hospitals in mainland Australia.
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