Hans-Joachim Fuchtel, Deputy Labor Minister and Member of Parliament, is heading a special project to mend relations between Germany and Greece and to promote cooperation between the two countries.
They have come from war-torn countries across the globe without parents, often risking their lives for a better one. But they face an uphill battle forging new lives in Germany, even with help from voluntary guardians.
Germany has faced reparations claims for decades – but insists the cases are closed. Now, with Greece, Poland and former colony Namibia bringing up the topic, is Berlin afraid of a slippery slope due to its complex past?
The low voter turnout for Macedonia's referendum is a bad starting point for the country's future development. The West's hesitation has also contributed to this outcome, writes Adelheid Feilcke.
Negotiators for the EU and the UK have finally struck a draft deal on the conditions of the British divorce from the bloc. But now Theresa May has to convince her Cabinet and Parliament to back it.
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