Violence is becoming more and more common in the Moria refugee camp on Greece's Lesbos island. A Syrian refugee decides to leave Germany after finding integration too difficult and a restaurant in Italy is helping Syrians and locals understand each other. Read more in today's roundup.

Violence becoming commonplace in Moria: Once again, riots broke out at the Moria refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos this week. Local politicians and migration experts are striving for solutions. Click here to read more.

Syrian refugee: 'German laws forced me to return!': Many refugees return to their home countries because of the money the German government offers them for repatriation. But one Syrian family has decided to leave Germany for different reasons. Click here to read more.

Restaurant run by refugees promotes integration in Italy: A restaurant in Turin called Zenobia is managed by a family of Syrian refugees who want to promote integration. Click here to read more.

France to integrate 1,000 refugees into its workforce: Nearly 180 refugees from the Hauts-de-France and Ile-de-France regions have benefited from a training program leading towards a job in the sectors struggling to recruit people. Click here to read more.


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