Germany

Asli Vatansever is a sociologist from Turkey who lives in Berlin | Photo: Pierre-Jerome Adjedj
In Germany, eight out of ten people believe that racism is a common phenomenon when looking for accommodation, according to a report. | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa
From file: Accommodation center for asylum seekers in the 'Allianzhaus' in the city center of Mainz, Germany | Photo: Andreas Arnold/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: 300 Syrians who are currently living in refugee camps in Lebanon will be allowed to move to Berlin | Photo: Michael Kuenne/PRESSCOV/Zuma/picture-alliance
From file: The German government hopes the new regulation will remove certain barriers for LGBTQ+ asylum seekers | Photo: Krisztian Bocsi/DW
Specialists leaving their home countries leave a gap — but it's far more complex than that | Photo: Getty Images via DW
From file: Several hundred demonstrators protest outside a police station in Dortmund two days after the fatal police shooting of a 16-year-old | Photo: Roberto Pfeil/picture alliance/dpa
From file: Police in Germany arrested 18 individuals accused of smuggling people | Photo: K.J. Hildenbrand/dpa/picture-alliance
From file: 'We consider the federal admission program (for Afghan refugees) to be extremely questionable in terms of organization and content,' rights groups said in a letter to the German government | Photo: Marc Tessensohn/Bundeswehr/picture-alliance
In Cologne, finding an apartment can quickly become "Mission impossible" | Photo: Marco Wolter
From file: Migrants and refugees are feeling increasingly welcome in Germany | Photo: imago
Muslims are discriminated against in German state institutions, the report found | Photo: Frank May/picture alliance