Refugee crisis shows reality of globalization, says Germany's Schaeuble
The influx of hundreds of thousands of refugees into Europe is part of the reality of globalization, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Thursday. German authorities are struggling to cope with the roughly 10,000 refugees arriving every day, many fleeing conflict in the Middle East. IMF meetings tried to organize the forces of globalization “such that everyone can live with them,” Schaeuble said.
8 November, 2015 Germany's capacity to take in refugees is limited, Schaeuble says Germany needs to send a message to the world that it's reaching the limit of its capacity to help Europe's flood of migrants, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Sunday, as he advocated restricting family reunions for Syrian refugees. Germany has become a magnet for people […]
6 October, 2015 Bosnian court jails four over recruitment of militants for Syria A Sarajevo court convicted four Bosnians on Tuesday of financing terrorist activities and recruiting people to fight for Islamic State in Syria, sentencing them to up to 3 1/2 years in prison. It was the first verdict under a new law meant to stop Bosnian citizens joining radical […]
4 September, 2015 Support for Merkel drops over handling of refugee crisis German Chancellor Angela Merkel's popularity has dropped abruptly over her handling of Europe's refugee crisis, a poll for ARD television network showed. Merkel, who was criticized for being slow to condemn violent protests against refugees in an east German town last month, saw her […]
4 October, 2015 Germany now expects up to 1.5 million migrants in 2015: newspaper German authorities expect up to 1.5 million asylum seekers to arrive in Germany this year, the Bild daily said in a report to be published on Monday, up from a previous estimate of 800,000 to 1 million. Germany's top-selling newspaper cited an internal forecast from authorities that it […]