Moneer Al-Shkih, a Syrian refugee, came to Germany in 2015, after being stranded in Hungary with thousands of others making their way along the so-called Balkan route to get to Western Europe. DW has been taking a look at how he is faring.
Shoes, a comb and buttons of mostly female Polish and Russian captives massacred by Nazi troops have been excavated in central Germany. Forensic teams have identified only 14 of the 208 people murdered there in 1945.
Germany has restarted family reunifications for refugees with a limited protection status two years after the policy was suspended in a bid to curb new arrivals. The issue has caused tension inside Merkel's government.
German refugee helpers who guaranteed the living costs of Syrian refugees are being forced to pay back costs by job centers. Refugee organizations say people are being punished for showing humanity.
Germany is a very affluent country. The average German earns €3,771 a month for full-time work and has a life expectancy of more than 80 years. So why is there so much quarreling? DW criss-crossed the nation for answers.
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