Will Germany really manage to integrate all the refugees who enter the country? Do the New Year's Eve incidents indicate that a clash of civilizations is imminent? SPD Foreign Affairs spokesman Rolf Mützenich provides some answers.
The Turkish president's opening of Germany's largest mosque and use of hand gestures associated with extremists have led to German politicians' concerns about the role of the DITIB association.
There has been a backlash after a thousand Yemenis exploited a visa loophole to apply for refugee status. Many South Koreans are concerned that Muslims will fail to integrate into their society.
A state parliamentary inquiry has found police did not intervene fast enough in the 2015 New Year's Eve attacks. According to the report, officers could have prevented hundreds of alleged robberies and sexual assaults.
The tone of the refugee debate is heating up. Kersten Knipp says this is indicative of a fundamental shift. Germany is bidding farewell to old traumas and old certainties. Realism is being added to idealism.
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