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Outlook for the 15-16 October 2015 European Council

Written by Ralf Drachenberg and Stanislas de Finance

The 15/16 October 2015 European Council is expected to focus on migration, following up on progress made since the 25/26 June 2015 European Council and on the results of the Eastern Mediterranean – Western Balkans route conference. 1,098 more words


Die Solidarität der deutschen Bundesregierung geht nicht sehr weit

In Europa (und weltweit) kursiert aktuell ein Herbstmärchen: dass die deutsche Bundesregierung (normalerweise verengt auf die Figur Angela Merkels) solidarisch mit Bürgerkriegsflüchtlingen sei und bereit, alles zu tun, um den “Ansturm” zu bewältigen. 435 more words


Refugees life in Germany

Families live together at an asylum-seekers’ shelter in Vossberg village in rural eastern Germany, and are waiting for local authorities to process their applications. Approximately 60 asylum-seekers, mostly from Syria, Chechnya and Somalia, live at the shelter. 191 more words


Germany plans to turn back asylum seekers from safe countries

Horst Seehofer, premier of Bavaria, the German state that has seen the highest number of arriving asylum-seekers, says his government is working with Chancellor Angela Merkel’s to bring in rules that would allow migrants who are citizens of countries deemed safe to be turned away at the border. 556 more words


Syrian Kennesaw State student reflects on refugee crisis


KENNESAW, Ga. – Millions of Syrians have fled their homes since the conflicts in 2011, which have developed in to the biggest humanitarian crisis since World War Two. 696 more words