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Angela Merkel: Is she soon going too be umemployed? Angela Merkel – hardly any other person advocated the rush of migrants into Germany as strongly as she did. As she declared, that no Syrian will not get an asylum status in Germany, millions of people from all ethnicities in the
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10 People Killed in Terror Attack in Munich There was a mass shooting in Munich, Germany in a shopping centre on Friday evening that left 10 people dead and 21 injured. The Munich police had launched a massive manhunt to catch the attackers and shut down the whole city. But
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Germany and its counsel or ungulate medical are continuing to struggle to and solve the immigration crisis. Months after scandals like during the Celestine light the sexual harassment happened, Germany is continuing to lead in immigrants. Even though there are some minor or change months they have done, Germany is
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One June 23, 2016, there will be a national referendum in Britain and all citizens will be expected to cast their votes on a simple question: Do you want Britain to remain in the European Union – Yes or No. If a majority of the people vote “No” that would
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Avalanches: 2016 seems to be an especially tough year in terms of avalanches-risks in Austria This winter seems to be an especially tough year when it’s about avalanches. More than a dozen of people have already died under an avalanche or due to the effects of avalanches in Austria. But
Migrants wave as they arrive at the main railway station in Munich, southern Germany, on September 06, 2015. Germany on Sunday prepared for more refugees to arrive from Hungary via Austria, a day after thousands were greeted, often by volunteers holding signs that read "Welcome to Germany". But calls grew for a European solution to its worst refugee crisis since World War II. AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOF STACHE

Migration in Austria – already too much or just right? Austria got a long history in terms of migration. The country ruled over Hungary in the Austrian-Hungary monarchy and made it possible for lots of people in southern and eastern Europe to migrate from their home countries to the Austria
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Something horrible happened on New Year’s Eve in the city of Cologne in Germany. Over 500 sexual assaults were made against women, most of them by young Muslim men of Middle-Eastern or North African origins.  Earlier, the German police said that there were 379 cases of sexual assaults, but since
Syrian refugees, fleeing the violence in their country, cross the border into the autonomous Kurdish region of northern Iraq September 4, 2013. The Syrian refugee crisis may worsen if there is no international reaction in response to last month's alleged chemical weapons attack, Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Wednesday. The two-year Syrian conflict has escalated, driving 2 million refugees abroad, uprooting 5 million within the country and taking at least 100,000 lives, Davutoglu said. Every day, about 5,000 Syrians cross the borders into Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq.  Picture taken September 4, 2013.  REUTERS/ Haider Ala (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)

The sight of Syrian war refugees trying to escape a country ravaged by war and find sanctuary in Europe has made quite an impact all over the world. In fact, nothing was as moving as the picture of 3-year old Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi, lying dead on a Turkish beach
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STOCKHOLM:  I have been watching pictures coming from the refugee camps formed at European borders with great interest. A lot of these stories are stories of pain and suffering – the nadir of human despair – making people leave their homes of years and letting them out on an unknown
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More than 350,000 migrants were detected at the EUs borders in January-August 2015, compared with 280,000 detections for the whole of 2014.That 350,000 figure – an estimate from the International Organization for Migration (IOM) – does not include the many who got in undetected.The conflicts raging in Syria and Afghanistan,