Svenja Beyer
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Migrant Crisis: Changing attitudes of a German city

In October 2015 BBC News visited Oberhausen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany to study the impact the migrant crisis was having on the city.

The vast majority of people were welcoming of the migrants, but others say they are creating a strain on the local economy where 11% of the city's population are already unemployed.

Six months on the BBC's Howard Johnson has returned to speak to migrants, aid workers and citizens to see how things have changed.

  • 27 Apr 2016
  • From the section Europe
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