Few migrants who arrived in Germany since 2015 have found jobs - but there are some exceptions. Among those few are two Syrian programmers - who created a search engine for other migrants.
A federal police report says that deportation orders were up 17 percent, but that actual deportations were down 4 percent. Meanwhile, the labor minister argues that some of those being deported shouldn't be.
The Berlin government has agreed to process asylum applications from 50 of the 450 migrants aboard two EU vessels. Italy is testing a renewed promise by EU leaders to share the migrant burden across Europe.
As part of the migrant compromise that saved Angela Merkel's government, the SPD says it wants comprehensive legislation on immigration this year. So what will likely change for foreigners wanting to live in Germany?
In the eastern city of Cottbus, Chechen asylum-seekers say police made them remove their pants while in detention after a fight. While the city told DW it's open to dialogue, it refutes some of their claims.
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