Some 2.7 million Afghans are scattered around the world despite highly subsidized UN-led repatriation programs. An online campaign is trying to keep them in the country by saying loud and clear: Afghanistan needs you.
More and more Afghans are arriving in Germany in pursuit of a better life as the security situation worsens back home. But what conditions do they face and how do their lives change? DW examines. (17.09.2015)
Alongside a resurgent Taliban, there is now a new threat in Afghanistan: "Islamic State." Those Afghans who can afford it and have the connections head for Europe, while the rest are stranded in Pakistan and Iran. (24.04.2015)
With recent attacks on refugee shelters in Germany, it's easy to lose track of the positive stories out there. But they exist. Across the country, grassroots movements are springing up to help and welcome refugees. (31.08.2015)
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The father of the gunman expressed his sadness over the attack in Orlando and said his son was "a good guy and well-educated." The video was deleted on his Facebook account just a few hours after it was published.
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