Neo-Nazi Arsonists: Officials Concerned by Growing Far-Right Networks

Neo-Nazi Arsonists: Officials Concerned by Growing Far-Right Networks
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This year has seen a sharply increased number of attacks on asylum hostels in Germany, many of them perpetrated by right-wing extremists. Officials are concerned that neo-Nazi networks may be spreading across the country. By SPIEGEL Staff more... Comment ]




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Dark Germany, Bright Germany Which Side Will Prevail Under Strain of Refugees?

Dark Germany, Bright Germany: Which Side Will Prevail Under Strain of Refugees? Photos

Germany is experiencing an unprecedented influx of immigrants who will fundamentally change the country. They represent a burden, but also a chance to create a New Germany, one that is more cosmopolitan and generous. By SPIEGEL Staff more... Comment ]


Ex Schröder Aide on 9/11 'We Thought the Americans Would Overreact'

Ex Schröder Aide on 9/11: 'We Thought the Americans Would Overreact'

Michael Steiner was in Prague in 1989 and at Chancellor Gerhard Schröder's side on Sept. 11, 2001. In an interview, he tells SPIEGEL how the US considered a nuclear attack on Afghanistan and about finding a bug in his phone at the Chancellery. Interview Conducted by René Pfister and Gordon Repinski more... Comment ]


Countering the Hate 'People Are Getting Involved in Tremendous Ways'

Countering the Hate: 'People Are Getting Involved in Tremendous Ways'

Around 800,000 refugees are expected to arrive in Germany this year, with the number of Syrians growing rapidly. Manfred Schmidt, Germany's top migration official, discusses how the country is coping with the massive influx. By Roland Nelles and Anna Reimann more... Comment ]

Rx for Prosperity German Companies See Refugees as Opportunity

Rx for Prosperity: German Companies See Refugees as Opportunity

The German business community views the recent influx of refugees as an opportunity to help companies grow and ensure long-term prosperity. Many are calling for bureaucratic red tape to be lifted so that new arrivals can enter the labor market faster. By Markus Dettmer, Carolin Katschak and Georg Ruppert more... Comment ]

Mass Migration What Is Driving the Balkan Exodus?

Mass Migration: What Is Driving the Balkan Exodus?

More than a third of all asylum-seekers arriving in Germany come from Albania, Kosovo and Serbia. Young, poor and disillusioned with their home countries, they are searching for a better future. But almost none of them will be allowed to stay. By Susanne Koelbl, Katrin Kuntz and Walter Mayr more... Comment ]