Migrant crisis: A Syrian's struggle to become German



More than a year after arriving in Germany, Sami Farah, a 23-year-old music therapist from war-torn Syria, is finally putting down roots in his new home - Berlin.
Sami was among nearly 900,000 non-EU migrants who reached Germany last year - an unprecedented influx. Helped by activist group Jobs4refugees, he has now found a job as a hotel dish-washer. This is his story.
They don't teach you in school how to start a new life from zero. You don't learn how to leave everything behind, your family, job, friends, community - your home - and go to a new place, where you are no-one, you know... read more

 
16 October 2016 in World News, Views: 51
Source: BBC
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