Roderich Kiesewetter, a German Christian Democrat, acknowledged on DW's Conflict Zone that his party made mistakes that helped trigger the political scandal that has rocked the country.
Roderich Kiesewetter, a leading Christian Democrat, acknowledged on DW's Conflict Zone that his party made mistakes following the scandal in Thuringia that rocked Germany.
Thousands are stranded on the Greek-Turkish border. Some have drawn parallels to the 2015 crisis but both Berlin and Brussels reject the comparison. DW breaks down what's changed since then, and where problems remain.
Thousands of migrants and refugees are sitting at Greece's gates, eager to cross into Europe. But Turkey and Greece are capitalizing on the turbulent border situation to further their own political agendas.
Most Germans are not overly worried about the coronavirus outbreak and feel the country's health officials have the situation under control. But they're more divided on accepting refugees and Germany's political makeup.
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