A Greek court has cleared five humanitarian volunteers of people smuggling, in a case that was seen as having major implications for Europe's migration crisis. DW's Mariel Mueller spoke to one of the volunteers, Salam Aldeen
Inhabitants of Fürstenfeldbruck, a refugee processing center near Munich, told DW of overcrowding, filth and bureaucratic limbo, leading to at least one suicide attempt. Bavarian officials say conditions are adequate.
One of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's most vocal critics, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban is coming to Berlin to talk refugees. His uncompromising asylum policy has made him a favorite of German conservatives.
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