Refugees plant roots in Austrian gardens
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Refugees plant roots in Austria's gardens

Austria is trying to integrate refugees and migrants after taking in over 90,000 last year – around 1% of its population.

In the small town of Mureck, on the southern border with Slovenia, a group has set up a communal garden to help the locals and new arrivals get to know each other, as Bethany Bell reports.

  • 28 Sep 2016
  • From the section Europe