Can a Syrian cafe hold the key to the German migrant crisis?

Can a Syrian cafe hold the key to the German migrant crisis?
 

Hasan Al Babi, a Syrian refugee from Damascus, is steadily carving slices of chicken shawarma off a gas-heated rotisserie. It's lunchtime in Oberhausen and the German city's first Syrian restaurant is doing a brisk trade.
"It's not about the job as such," says Hassan.
"It's about the fact that I'm working and producing and not waiting for help at the job centre."
In the year since BBC News first visited Oberhausen, refugees have started to become part of the community.
More than 2,500 refugees, many fleeing conflict in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan, are currently settled... read more

 
22 November 2016 in World News, Views: 56
Source: BBC
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