Almost a quarter of the people living in Germany were born elsewhere or have foreign roots. Who are they and how do they fare on the labor market?
A new study has found that although many refugees find work, most are in temporary positions. Researchers say that bureaucratic hurdles are just as much a hindrance as personal shortcomings.
Claus Ruhe Madsen has now become the first non-German citizen to govern a German city after being elected mayor of Rostock. The Danish national presented himself as pragmatic and environmentally conscious.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's presidency has hit a wall. An immigration agreement he struck with the United States is under fire from his own party, and has damaged his popularity in Mexico.
German lawmakers passed a bundle of measures to make it easier to integrate migrants, as well as to deport rejected asylum-seekers. Experts say the laws not only send a mixed signal but also may even be unconstitutional.
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