The anti-immigrant party Alternative für Deutschland took second place in last month's elections in Saxony-Anhalt – but it's not popular among state parliamentarians. Now it's turning that dynamic to its advantage.
Nuremberg officials are using 'ambassadors' trained in the facts about immigration to debunk stereotypes and rumor-mongering among the native populace. Part 2 of a two-part story on Europe's efforts to integrate refugees.
A government-backed program in Vienna is teaching refugees from the Mideast about everything from recycling to disciplining children to dating. Part 1 of a two-part story on Europe's efforts to integrate refugees.
At least some of those suspected of a rash of sexual assaults and robberies in Cologne on New Year's Eve are asylum seekers – leading some Germans to wonder whether their country has ignored uncomfortable aspects of immigration.
In just two months, the right-wing Law and Justice party has revamped the mechanics of government, particularly by defanging Poland's Constitutional Tribunal. That has already cut the party's domestic support by 25 percent.