Refugee new roundup
Refugee new roundup

Refugees journalists share their views on life in Germany. A Syrian refugee in France shares the story of his arrival, and 40 organizations in Greece have called on the government for urgent action as winter is approaching and many refugees are still housed in tents and temporary shelters. This and more in today's news roundup.

'Dear Germany... I want to pay taxes': How do refugee journalists view their new lives in Germany? "Dear Germany" brings you their impressions of the country. Click here to read more.

'I watched my little girl disappear in her big life vest': Joude Jassouma recounts the hopes and fears marking his family’s long journey from Aleppo to Brittany in France. Click here to watch the web documentary 

Migrant rights groups launch 'No more dead from cold' drive: 40 organizations call the government and the EU for urgent action in Greece, as winter is approaching. A few days ago a child died in Moria, Lesvos. Click here to read more.

Hej Främling, Swedish project for integration through sport: A new Swedish project called Hej Fraemling! (Hello Stranger!) promotes the integration of migrants through sports and outdoor activities. Click here to read more. 

Migrants: 606 aboard Aquarius vessel, record number of kids: Among passengers were also 11 pregnant women and several wounded people, including a young man who had injuries caused by a firearm and a machete. Click here to read more.

Austria opens migrant checkpoint on Brenner highway: Austria has opened a checkpoint on the Brenner railway in a bid to intercept migrants heading out of Italy into central Europe. Click here to read more.

Will Germany reduce financial aid to asylum seekers?: European countries are putting in place measures to cut down financial aid to newcomers, with Austria and Switzerland being the most recent examples. Will Germany follow next? Click here to read more.

 

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