A new report suggests more and more young migrants in Germany are turning to prostitution. Rwandan refugees share memories of their home country and the EU AFTER program in Italy aims to fight female genital mutiliation (FGM). All this and more in today's roundup. 

Report: Young migrants in Germany turning to prostitution: A rising number of adolescent migrants in Germany are turning to sex work after aging out of youth welfare programs. The Left Party has called for increased funding into integration and social policies. Click here to read more.

Rwandan refugees' memories reflected in photos: Atrocities and killings of innocent people marked the year of 1994 in Rwanda. The country’s majority Hutu population planned to kill the minority Tutsi population and anyone who opposed those genocidal intentions. Finnish photographer Miia Autio met Rwandan refugees living in Europe and visited Rwanda to capture places where they used to live. Click here to read more.

EU AFTER project aims to fight FGM: A day of dance and traditional food workshops, Italian courses and the presentation of the EU’s AFTER project against female genital mutilation (FGM) was recently held in Rome. The event was a chance to bring migrant youth and integration-focused associations together and took place at a temporary reception center. Click here to read more.

Egypt declares three-month state of emergency after Palm Sunday attacks on Coptic Christian churches: "Islamic State" terrorists have claimed the twin suicide bombings that killed more than 40 people at Coptic Christian churches in Egypt. President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi moved to declare a state of emergency. Click here to read more.

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