In 2014, Germany scrapped a law that required German-born teenagers with Turkish roots to choose whether they wanted German or Turkish citizenship. Some conservative politicians are still outraged by the decision.
Officials say Adil Yigit, who protested at a joint press conference of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will receive a humanitarian visa instead. Yigit says it's a "trap."
Migrants and asylum-seekers failed by Italy's integration system often end up in places like Castel Volturno. There they risk being exploited, but they also find solidarity, reports Michele Bertelli.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is opening a new central mosque in Cologne. DITIB, a controversial Turkish-Islamic umbrella group, provides the financing and imams. But what is DITIB?
Turkish authorities have arrested another German citizen according to media reports, this time for defaming Erdogan online. The suspect was arrested while on holiday and is not thought to hold Turkish citizenship.
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