On this edition of The Day with Brent Goff: An exclusive interview with Tunisia's former President Moncef Marzouki. His thoughts on the refugee crisis, the Arab Spring & Islamic State. And, will he run for president again? The answer on The Day.
Chancellor Merkel is headed for Algeria to find ways to boost trade with the Mediterranean nation. But the complicated issue of migration will loom over her talks as Berlin looks for ways to stem irregular migration.
Italy and Austria have put forth a plan to process refugees on ships, with Austria's interior minister saying asylum-seekers would be "well looked after." Both governments support curbing immigration in their countries.
The lawyer for a deported Tunisian man suspected of being Osama bin Laden's bodyguard insists her client be returned to Germany immediately. She told DW she has applied for fines to be imposed on immigration authorities.
Souad Abderrahim dedicated her victory to "all women who have struggled" to reach senior positions. This was the first mayoral election in the Tunisian capital since the 2011 Arab Spring uprising.
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