Migrants in Germany
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Germany's push to integrate migrants

Germany has announced plans for an immigration act to integrate more than one million migrants.

Chancellor Angela Merkel described cabinet agreement on the law, after months of discussion, as a milestone.

The deal will require migrants to integrate into society in return for being allowed to live and work in Germany.

Damien McGuiness reports.

  • 25 May 2016
  • From the section Europe
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