Syrian lawyer Anwar Al-Bunni. Photo: DPA Syrian refugees in Germany backed by human rights groups said Wednesday they had filed new criminal complaints accusing President Bashar al-Assad's regime of war crimes and crimes against humanity. The 13 Syrian men and women named 17 … [Read more...] about Syrians in Germany file war crime cases against Assad regime
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Mohammed Al-Hassan is glued to his computer and TV screens as he follows coverage of the fighting in his home country. The Syrian, who is in his late 70s, sits on a modern office stool in a Berlin high-rise, far removed from the danger in his homeland. It's a strange contrast: … [Read more...] about Syrians in Germany concerned about strife-torn homeland
"Germany can tackle the problem of taking in so many refugees," say 71 percent of Syrian immigrants. However, two-thirds are of the opinion that that can only happen if a number of things change in government and society. Detlef Pollack, a sociologist of religions, recently … [Read more...] about The hopes and fears of Syrians in Germany
The Syrian migrant Jaber Albakr, who was suspected of attempting to commit a bomb attack on a Berlin airport, was found dead in his cell in Leipzig on Wednesday. After being on the run for several days, he was captured by three Syrian refugees, who turned him in to … [Read more...] about Syrians in Germany shocked by the death of suspected terrorist Jaber Albakr
The German government plans to only give Syrian refugees "subsidiary protection" from now on, meaning they will only receive a residence permit for one year and will not be allowed to reunite with family members, according to a report in the German newspaper Frankfurter … [Read more...] about Lower protection status for Syrians in Germany?