Syrian refugees developed an app, which helps newcomers make it through the maze of German bureaucracy. It's called "Bureaucrazy."
On this week's show: The German start-up that is hiring and integrating refugee seamstresses. How a dating app is helping a Syrian in Berlin break through stereotypes. The football players helping African asylum seekers find their feet. The Mexican queens of cabaret, for whom no topic is off-limits, and we get to know the Ultra-Orthodox Jew performing stand-up in a synagogue.
Refugees arriving in France are often forced to take low-skilled jobs. But one organization is providing them with the means to cultivate their careers and change perceptions. Erin Conroy reports from Paris.
The Bundeswehr has accused drill instructors at a barracks in southern Germany of intentionally overexerting new recruits. Six recruits broke down during a running exercise in January, including one who was hospitalized.
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