In Lebanon, refugees make up 20 percent of the population. Germany's Goethe Institute has started running football camps, where refugee kids learn about football and sportsmanship. DW visited a camp in Beirut to see the institute's work in action.
The Greek island of Lesbos has seen its economy plummet since the refugee crisis began, but residents are working to rejuvenate it — with a little help from the new arrivals, reports Jessica Bateman.
Three stateless soccer players and their coach have been given Thai citizenship a month after they were saved from a flooded cave. The UN welcomed the decision, which gives them access to a range of new rights.
The small country of Lebanon has been home to Palestinian refugees since 1948. In recent years, it's also become a haven for people fleeing war in Syria and resources are now becoming scarce. DW's Diana Hodali reports.
The Goethe-Institut, which promotes German language and culture abroad, is set to open in Armenia and Azerbaijan. In Europe, the organization seeks to address nationalism and integration.
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