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Migrant crisis: How does Germany integrate its refugees?

Germany's vice-Chancellor has said 450,000 refugees have arrived in Germany so far this year, with 37,000 in the first eight days of September.

With the influx, one in three schools in Berlin is now teaching some refugee children.

The country's government insists it can cope but as towns and cities start trying to integrate the new arrivals, one German MP has told the BBC that the UK should be doing more to help.

Jenny Hill reports from Berlin.

  • 10 Sep 2015
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