Although many Greeks blame Berlin for their country's strict austerity drive, others are willing to move to Germany in order to find work.
Investors are losing faith in former economic reformer Tayyip Erdogan. It's not ruled out that the current crisis may end badly for him, but also for economies in Europe, says DW business editor Henrik Böhme.
In its efforts to staunch the flow of migrants from Africa, Germany sees Niger as a key partner. But it risks supporting a president who is becoming increasingly authoritarian, warns DW's Thomas Mösch.
The German Cabinet has given the green light to a plan to subsidize jobs for people who have been jobless for years. The project, dubbed "social labor market," could help tens of thousands of people.
A German government program aims to help migrants who choose to leave Germany voluntarily to find jobs and prospects in their home countries. But critics say the results of the program are little more than lip service.
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