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Destination Germany: Land of false hope?
Hundreds of thousands of refugees are putting their hopes on Germany. They are migrating there to escape from war and persecution and to find a better life. But it is becoming more and more difficult for them to reach the safety of Europe. Will Germany live up to the hopes of those seeking refuge? Or are Germans and refugees alike heading for disappointment?
Guests featured in this episode:
Amir Musawy, who is the Germany correspondent for Al Iraqia TV.
Malaiz Daud, is a political analyst from Afghanistan, who is also a former advisor to the current Afghan President Ashraf Gahni.
Maissun Melhem born in Syria, came to Germany ten years ago and works now for Deutsche Welle where she also reports on the refugee crisis.
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